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WER 974.47 WEY 1967 

Weymouth High 

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WEYMOUTH IS 



Weymouth is companionship. 
Throughout our years at Weymouth 
High companionship has been with us 
constantly. It has bred in us a warmth, 
an understanding, an unseverable bond 
between ourselves and our classmates. 
Through companionship we developed 
personality, character, and integrity and 
have gained a greater perspective on 
life. 

Weymouth is people helping peo- 
ple. Working and cooperating with 
fellow classmates and teachers has been 
another part of our education. Through 
close association with others we have 
learned that success is a result of com- 
bined skills and intellects, that coopera- 
tion lightens the task. More important, 
the spiritual reward of helping others is 
great and is influential in the develop- 



ment of character. 

Weymouth is school spirit. A deep 
interest and active participation in all 
school activities and functions is an 
outstanding quality of Weymouth High 
students. Whether it be a football rally, 
the annual musical, or Tech Tourney 
game, the strong support of our student 
body is certain. 

Weymouth is leadership. Afford- 
ing its students the opportunity of de- 
veloping strong leadership qualities is 
an important duty of education. 
Strengthening their goals and learning 
to accept responsibility, students pre- 
pare themselves for facing the chal- 
lenges of a career. 

Weymouth is the sum total of many 
things; a total which equals the best 
in education. 




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WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 
WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



TUFTS LIBRARY 

WEYMOUTH MASS. 




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Throughout his forty-five years in 
the Weymouth School System, Mr. 
Wallace Whittle has served capably as 
both teacher and principal. His sin- 
cerity and strength of purpose have 
won the long-lasting respect of both 
faculty and students. His constant in- 
spiration and guidance have made pos- 
sible the great progress made and ob- 
stacles overcome. Through Mr. Whit- 
tle's efforts and understanding a mean- 
ingful and efficient relationship between 
the student and teacher has been estab- 
lished. 

During his years as principal, in- 
creasingly large numbers of students 
have entered the halls of Weymouth 
High School and have gone on to grad- 
uate. Mr. Whittle has guided their 
footsteps and directed them toward new 
goals. 

We, the students of Weymouth High 
School are forever grateful to Mr. 
Whittle and his part in making Wey- 
mouth what it is. 




Introduction 1 

Dedication 8 
Administration and Faculty 10-31 

Staff 32-36 

Athletics 37-63 

Graduates 68-156 

Memoriam 157 

Activities 158-197 

Index 198 

Acknowledgments 199 

Conclusion 200 



A school can be only as great as 
its leaders. Weymouth High School 
has been fortunate to have the guidance 
of outstanding administrators. The task 
of supervising the operation of our 
school has now passed into the hands 
of Mr. John F. Martin. 

Mr. Martin formerly taught at 
Weymouth High and served as vice- 
principal and principal of South Junior 
High School from 1953 to 1955. With 



ADMINISTRATION 

FACULTY 

GUIDANCE 



the completion of Central Junior High, 
he became its first principal, and re- 
mained there for eleven years. He 
comes to the High School well qualified 
to keep the school functioning smoothly 
and efficiently. 

The students of Weymouth High 
would like to extend to Mr. Martin 
their best wishes, and to offer their co- 
operation in carrying out the traditions 
of the school. 





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ADMINISTRATION 




JOHN F. MARTIN 

Boston College; Principal of Wey- 
mouth High School 
"Knowledge is itself a power." 




FRANCIS X. KELLY 

Boston University, Suffolk Univer- 
sity; Assistant Principal ofWeymouth 
High School 

"With a good conscience, our only 
sure reward, let us go forth to lead 
the land we love." 




WILLIAM C. MacDONALD 

Boston University, Bridgewater, Bos- 
ton College; Principal of Weymouth 
High School Annex 
"Practice yourself, for heaven's sake, 
in little things; and thence proceed to 
greater. " 




RICHARD STEELE 

Northeastern University; Assistant 
Principal of Weymouth High School 
Annex 

"There is no substitute for hard 
work." 




JOHN F. COLLINS 

Fitchburg State College; Director of 
Weymouth Vocational and Technical 
High School 

"The skills you receive in return for 
the effort you are willing to apply 
will influence your earning potential. " 




WILLIAM T. KEARNS 

Boston College, Bridgewater State 
College; Assistant Principal of Wey- 
mouth High School 
"Others have been successful, you 
can be also!" 




FRANCES G. ADAMS 

University of Grenoble; Librarian; 
Library Service Club 
"Not the fact avails, but the use you 
make of it." 




BRYANT T. ANDERSON 



Eastern Nazarene College; Drafting 
"If you want to attain your goal, 
put your best foot forward each time." 




FRANCIS J. ADAMS 

Boston State, Boston University; 
English 

"Speech is a mirror of the soul: as a 
man speaks, so is he." 




MARY E. ARNOLD 



Boston University, Sargent College; 
Physical Education; Pep Club, Cheer- 
leaders 

"A physically fit student makes a 
strong, healthy nation." 




POLLYANNA ANDEM 

Boston University, Harvard; Eng- 
lish; Reflector 

"Before you speak, test your words 
with the following: Is it true? Is it 
kind? Is it necessary?" 




ELAINE ATEN 



Drexel Institute of Technology; Cloth- 
ing; Future Homemakers of America 
"Do the best you can throughout 
your life." 






ADELE AVITABILE 



DOUGLAS T. BLAKE 



PAULINE N. BOCZANOWSKI 



University of Illinois; Foods 

"The groundwork of all happiness 

is health. " 



University of New Hampshire; Head 
of Social Studies Department 
"Choose your vocation with care, 
select your college after careful con- 
sideration, and aim high." 



Boston University, Sargent College; 
Physical Education 
"Always develop your character and 
ability to their highest potential." 



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JAMES F. BOLAND 

Calvin Coolidge College; Sheet Metal 
"Even in the common arrairs of life, 
how little security have we when we 
trust our happiness in the hands of 
others." 




BRUCE S. BURGESS 



Bridgewater State College; Math- 
ematics; Ski Club 

"A scientist worthy of the name, 
above all a mathematician, experi- 
ences in his work the same impres- 
sion as an artist; his pleasure is as 
great and of the same nature." 




RICHARD L. BURNS 

Boston University, Rawlins College, 
Wayne University; Chorus, Glee Club 
"Music hath charms." 




JAMES A. BRIZZI 

Ohio University; History 

"Good luck, good health, and above 

all happiness." 




JOHN S. BURGESS 

University of Massachusetts; Physi- 
cal Education; Football 
"Success depends upon the backbone, 
not the wishbone!" 



HI^IHIHflHHIHil^H 




JAMES R. CAMPBELL 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy; 
Chemistry 

"Few things are impossible to dili- 
gence and skill." 




. nr y 

DIANE BROPHY 

Northeastern University; Algebra, 
Geometry 

"Your high school days are the most 
important in your life. Profit by them 
and you will go far." 




EDWIN 0. BURKE 

New England Conservatory of Mu- 
sic; Orchestra 

"Work for accomplishment — Play 
for enjoyment — Don't confuse the 
two." 




WILLIAM CAMPBELL 

Suffolk University; Biology 

"It is a characteristic of wisdom not 

to do desperate things." 



13 




RICHARD A. CAREY 



Stonehill College; English; Junior 
Varsity Baseball 

"Seek first the kingdom of heaven, 
and all other things will be given to 
you besides." 




STEPHEN J. CHOP, JR. 



Tufts University; Art; Art Advisor 
for Reflector and Campus 
"A study of, and active participation 
in, the field of visual art and design 
can only add greater depth and en- 
joyment to your general education." 




LINDA L. CLAYTON 



Keuka College; Mathematics 
"The great thing in this world is, not 
so much where we stand, as in what 
direction we are moving." 




FRED P. CARLSON 



Boston Teachers College; Carpentry 
"Do it now!!! not tomorrow." 




WILLIAM E. CLANCY 



Boston College; U. S. History; Stu- 
dent-Faculty Basketball game 
"Always seek that truth which is far 
beyond mere catch words and easy 
slogans." 




RICHARD W. CLAYTON, JR. 



Harvard, Boston State; English; 
Campus 

"Be of good cheer and broad mind. 
Life is short, and the grave is long 
and narrow." 




JACQUELINE F. CHITTENDEN 

University of Washington; Commer- 
cial 

"Give me thy hand; thou has been 
righdy honest." 




HAROLD E. CLARKE 



Fitchburg State College; Sheet Metal 
"We learn by doing." 




WILLIAM L. CONCANNON 



Suffolk University, Boston State Col- 
lege; Social Studies 
"Hold it among the greatest wrongs, 
to prefer life to honor, and for life's 
sake, lose the reason for living." 



14 




JOYCE M. COOKSEY 

Emmanuel, Boston State; Chemistry 
"It is the great beauty of science that 
advancement in it, instead of ex- 
hausting the subject of research, opens 
the doors to further and more abun- 
dant knowledge." 




VIRGINIA M. CULLITY 



Boston University; Physical Educa- 
tion 

"Competition is the key to success in 
all phases of life." 




KATHLEEN CURRAN 



Boston College; Typewriting, Short- 
hand, Law 

"Your future lies before you like a 
shining path of snow. Be very care- 
ful how you tread for every step will 
show." 



X 




TIMOTHY F. DALY 

Boston College; Physics; Key Club 
"Good luck to all the seniors for a 
successful career in the future." 




JOHN K. DELAHUNT 

University of Massachusetts, Calvin 
Coolidge College; Biology 
"Strength is the secret of success." 




WILLIAM DEMPSEY 

University of Vermont; Problems of 
Democracy; Hockey, Tennis 
"Approach each school day with the 
attitude that getting an education is 
the most important task you will ever 
undertake." 




ARTHUR F. DICKINSON 

Boston University; French, Spanish; 
Sophomore French Club 
"Ceux qui s'appliquent trop aux pe- 
tites choses deviennent ordinairement 
incapables des grandes." 




RITA M. DIMENT 

Emmanuel College, Simmons Col- 
lege; Librarian; Library Club 
"The foundation of learning must be 
laid by reading." 




VINCENT J. DI SESSA 

Northeastern University, Fitchburg; 
Technical Drawing, Architectural 
Drawing 

"Ideas are useless until they are ac- 
tivated." 



15 




PHILIP S. DOLAN 



Mass. College of Art; Tufts Univer- 
sity; Head of Art Department 
"Enrich your life with the Arts." 




CATHERINE A. DREW 



Boston University; English, General 
Business, Typewriting; Spectrum 
"Set a reasonable goal, know your 
weaknesses, work to overcome them, 
treat others honorably, and be ready 
when opportunity knocks. Success 
will be yours!" 




ALICE K. FAY 



Boston University; Assistant Libra- 
rian 

"We should accustom the mind to 
keep the best company by introduc- 
ing it only to the best books." 




MARY L. DOUCETTE 

Emmanuel College, Laval Univer- 
sity; Distributive Education; 

D.E.C.A. 

"I suggest you start by knowing 
yourself and knowing your real 
worth. Then I think you won't be 
quite so disappointed when you reach 
your goal because you will know 
your own capability." 




MELVIN C. DUNN 



Fitchburg State College; Lithography 
"Resolve to be thyself; and know that 
he who finds himself loses his mis- 
ery." 




W. JEAN FINCK 



Valdosta State, Midwestern Univer- 
sity; English 

"Rather than love, than fame, give 
me truth." 




ROGER J. P. DOW 



Tufts University; English 
"Be as children: natural and sensi- 
tive." 




RICHARD B. DWYER 



Bridgewater State College, Boston 
College; English; Senior Class Play 
"Cheer Up! The best is yet to come." 




ROBERTA FINN 



Boston University; French; French 
Club Advisor 

"Fine manners need the support of 
fine manners of others." 



16 




JOHN FISHER 

Fordham, Boston University; Direc- 
tor of Athletics and Physical Educa- 
tion; Head Football Coach, Golf 
Coach 

"The only way to success is through 
hard work." 




EDNA G. FLAHERTY 

University of New Hampshire; Bos- 
ton University; Guidance Counselor 
"Follow your honest convictions and 
be strong!" 




PATRICIA C. FLYNN 

Emmanuel; English; New England 
Drama Festival 

"The most glorious exploits do not 
always furnish us with the clearest 
discoveries of virtue or vice in men." 




PAUL B. FOX 

Suffolk University; English; Debate 
Club 

"To be awake is to be alive." 





MICHAEL FUCILLO 

Wentworth Institute; Electronics 
"There are no great men, only ordi- 
nary men who are placed in the posi- 
tion to make great decisions." 





JOHN T. GHIORSE 

Harvard, Calvin Coolidge College; 
Head of Science Department 
"Study the order around you." 




MARIE K. GHIORSE 



ELEANOR S. GRAY 



FRANCIS \Y. GUNYILLE 



Bridgewater State College, Boston 
College, Boston University; Head 
Guidance Counselor W.H.S. Annex 
"Full use of today is the best prepara- 
tion for tomorrow." 



Emmanuel College; French, English 
"There are no uninteresting things; 
there are only uninterested people." 



Worcester State College, Bridgewa- 
ter State College; Guidance 
"The future belongs to those who 
prepare for it." 



18 




OLIVE E. HACKETT 



Chandler; Head of Business Depart- 
ment; Placement Bureau for Senior 
Business Students 

"Learn today's skills for tomorrow's 
jobs." 




JOHN B. HARTWELL 



Gettysburg College; Algebra, Trigo- 
nometry; J.V. Basketball 
"It's a game fish that swims up- 
stream." 




JOHN W. HILL 

Brown University, Harvard; Prob- 
lems, Head of Project Asset 
"Nothing can bring you peace but 
yourself." 




RICHARD C. HALLOWELL 



Trinity College, Boston University; 
Chemistry 

"It is the property of true genius to 
disturb all settled ideas." 




PHILIP W. HENLEY 



Wentworth Institute, Suffolk Univer- 
sity, Fitchburg State College; Cabin- 
et Making, Carpentry 
"That man is the richest whose pleas- 
ures are the cheapest." 




LOUISE J. HILL 

Salem State College; Typing, Office 
Practice 

"The most completely lost of all days 
is that on which one has not 
laughed." 




RICHARD F. HARDING 



Franklin Institute; Structural Design 
"Hard work is the key to success." 




ARDETH HIDINGER 



Indiana University of Penna.; Span- 
ish 

"Prepare for the worst, but hope for 
the best." 




H. CHARLES HOLLISIAN 



Northeastern; Electronics 
"Grant me the serenity to accept the 
things I cannot change, the courage 
to change the things I can, and the 
wisdom to know the difference." 



19 




CLEMENT V. HORRIGAN 

Boston College, Bridgewater State 
College; English, Latin, Law 
"Nihil Obstat!" 




FLORENCE E. JOHNSON 



Hunter College, Middlebury College; 
Head of Foreign Language Depart- 
ment 

"Secret of joy: Find some job you 
love to do, and do it extremely well!" 




LESLIE JOPE 



Wilmington College; Spanish 
"Amargo esel dolor, pero siquiera 
padecer es vivir." 




ELEANOR HOWLEY 



Simmons College; English 

"I firmly believe that 'bad writing' is 

the outward and visible sign of bad 

thinking." 




FRANCES JOHNSON 



University of Maine, Boston Univer- 
sity, Middlebury College; French; 
French Club 

"To what use serves learning, if the 
understanding be away." 




LUCY KALAIJIAN 



Boston University; English 
"Confidence is the companion of suc- 
cess." 




SYLVIA A. HUMES 



Framingham State College; Foods; 
Chefs Club, Future Homemakers of 
America 

"Worry is like a rocking chair; it 
keeps you busy but doesn't get you 
any place." 




DIANE P. JONES 



Skidmore College; Physical Educa- 
tion; Modern Dance 
"A quitter never wins, a winner never 
quits." 




WILLIAM M. KEARNS 



Tufts University; Mathematics; Var- 
sity Basketball Coach 
"Good Luck!" 



20 



GEORGE H. KLAY 



JEAN M. KOVAC 



MARGARET K. LANGFORD 



State College at Bridgewater, State 
College at Fitchburg, Boston Univer- 
sity; Mechanical Drawing; Cafeteria 
Supervisor, School Monitor Advisor 
"\othing great is ever achieved with- 
out enthusiasm." 



Indiana University, Northeastern 
University; Theatre Arts Club 
"When angry, count to four; when 
very angry, swear." 



Chandler; Bookkeeping, Typewriting 
"Be Sincere." 




DONALD F. LARKIN 



Mass. College of Art, Cranbrook 
Academy of Art; Art 
"Use the talent you possess, for the 
world would be very silent if no birds 
sang except the best." 




EDWIN R. LOFGREN 



Northeastern University; U.S. His- 
tory; Chess Club 

"Being a student is worth being a 
scholar!" 




NORMAN D. LOUD 



Boston University, Clarkson College 
of Technology; Chemistry 
"You can be anything you wish if 
you want it badly enough and work 
at attaining it hard enough." 




BEVERLY A. LUTZ 



Bridgewater State College; English; 
Sophomore Dramatic Club, Sopho- 
more Student Council 
"We would all be idle if we could." 




DOROTHY G. MacGREGOR 



Boston University; Bookkeeping, 
Guidance 

"It is by our daily work thatwemake 
our future what we want it to be." 




ELIZABETH MacGREGOR 

Boston University; Geography. Type- 
writing, General Business 
"There is never an instant's truce 
between virtue and vice. Goodness 
is the only investment that never 
fails." 

21 



DOROTHY M. MAGRAW 



Salem State College; Law, Shorthand; 
Jr. Moral and Spiritual Values Com- 
mittee 

"With malice toward none; with char- 
ity for all; let us strive to do all which 
may achieve a just and lasting place 
among ourselves and with all na- 
tions." 




MARY LOU MARTINEZ 

Marylhurst College, Seattle Univer- 
sity; Problems of Democracy, His- 
tory; Student Council 
"Honesty of thought and speech and 
written word is a jewel, and they who 
curb prejudice and seek honorably 
to know and speak the truth are the 
only builders of a better life." 




Robert p. McCarthy 

Boston University; Developmental 
Reading; Theatre Arts, One Act Play, 
Senior Prom, Brigadoon, Regional 
Drama Festival 

"There is always someone worse off 
than yourself." 




OTTO H. MAHN 

Boston University; Vocational Guid- 
ance, Placement Representative, 
Driver Training, Science, Math; Stu- 
dent Gov't. Day, Jewish War Vet- 
eran's Program; Assembly Programs 
"Happy is the man that finds wisdom 
and the man that gets understanding. " 




WAYNE R. MASTERS 

Suffolk University; Problems of De- 
mocracy 

"What you don't know may not hurt 
you, but it may amuse others." 




Robert f. Mcdonough 

Boston State College; History; Folk 
Song Assembly 

"Do the best you can . . . then relax 
and enjoy life." 




HENRY E. MARSHMAN 

Fitchburg State College, Boston State 
College, General Motors Institute; Sci- 
ence. Theory, Mathematics; Senior 
Class Advisor 

"Honesty to and with yourself is your 
greatest asset." 




RUSSELL H. MAZZOLA 

Tufts College; Northeastern Univer- 
sity; Mathematics 

"Always do the best with what you 
have." 




MARY McMORROW 

Bridgewater State College, Boston 
University; English 
"Learn to care for what is best in 
thought and action." 



22 




john Mcpherson 



Northeastern University; Physical 
Education; Ass't. Football Coach 
"All work is seed sown; it grows and 
spreads, and sows itself anew." 




FRANK H. MEDA 



State College at Fitchburg; Auto Re- 
pair 

"Our chief want in life is somebody 
who shall make us do what we can." 




ANGELO P. MEDICI 



Boston College, Bridgewater State 
College; Calculus, Advanced Math 
"You have received a fine start; use 
it to the utmost." 




EDWARD ME EH AN 



Harvard University; Economics, 
Problems of Democracy; Ass't. Track 
Coach 

"The time spent in thought is an in- 
vestment in future action." 




MARIE E. MOSS 



Boston University; French 
"Live your best, act your best, and 
think your best: today, tomorrow, 
and always." 




DALE E. MEKEEL 



Chadron State College, University of 
Michigan, Boston University, Uni- 
versity of Syracuse; Guidance; Out- 
door Club 

"To look up and not down, to look 
forward and not back, to look 
out and not in, and to lend a hand." 




DAVID A. MURLEY 



North Adams State College; English, 
Civics, Math 

"Conquer yourself before the world." 




FREDRICK K. MORRISSEY 



Suffolk University; Problems of De- 
mocracy, U. S. History, Civics 
"Work." 




MARTIN M. MURPHY 



Boston College; Social Studies 
"Work and be happy." 



24 




PAUL MURPHY 



Salem State College; Bookkeeping, 
Shorthand 

"Learn to discipline yourself and suc- 
cess will be yours." 




WALTER E. MURPHY 



Bridgewater State College; Develop- 
mental Reading; Chess Club 
"Talent is that which is in a man's 
power; genius is that in whose power 
a man is." 




RICHARD L. NIMS 



Northeastern University, Boston Uni- 
versity; History 

"Heed the advice of the virtuous." 




HELEN M. NORRIS 



Chandler; Shorthand, Typing; Senior 
Class Advisor, Senior Secretaries, 
Senior Treasurers, Senior Nomina- 
ting Committee 

"There is no substitute. . .in any situ- 
ation in life . . . for honest, thoughtful, 
and persevering work." 




CHRISTOPHER J. 'BYRNE, JR. 

Bridgewater State College; Geometry, 
Geography, Driver Education 
"Keep your eyes on the road ahead." 




GEORGE E. NOTT 



Fitchburg State College; Head of 
Graphic Arts Department 
"The clock of life is wound but once, 
and no man has the power to tell just 
when the hand will stop at late or 
early hours. Now is the only time 
you own — live, love, toil with a will. 
Place no faith in tomorrow, for the 
clock may then be still." 




DUDLEY CLEAR Y 



Boston University; Physical Educa- 
tion; Cross-Country, Track Coach 
"If a man has a talent and cannot 
use it, he has failed; If he learns 
somehow to use the whole of it, he 
has gloriously succeeded." 




VIRGINIA NYE 



Keuka College, Harvard University; 
Head of Guidance Department 
"To do more for the world than the 
world does for you — that is success." 




JAMES O'MALLEY 



University of California; Chemistry 
"Have faith, proceed the unknown 
end." 



25 




ROBERT B. O'MEARA 



Boston College; Biology, Earth Sci- 
ence 

"Keep trying." 




DOROTHY PEARSON 



Pembroke College, Brown Univer- 
sity; English; Future Teachers of 
America 

"Dost thou love life? Then do not 
squander time; that is the stuff life is 
made of." 




EDWARD J. PHILLIPS 



Westfield State, Fitchburg State Col- 
lege; Auto Body 

"The most important tool of your 
trade? — Your diploma." 




LEO D. O'REILLY 



Wentworth Institute of Technology; 
Electronics 

"It takes ten pounds of common sense 
to carry one pound of learning." 




KENNETH L. PEREZ 



Auto Body Repair 

"Be glad to learn in order that you 
may some day teach." 




GEORGE H. PLAYER 



Northeastern; Spanish, English; 
Baseball Coach 

"Decir y hacer son dos cosas y la 
sequnda es la dificultosa." 




NANCY M. ORTON 



Smith College; English 

"After the verb 'to love', 'to help' is 

the most beautiful verb in the world." 




HERMAN F. PERRY 



Fitchburg State College; Printing 
"Self-discipline succeeds where other 
methods may fail." 




EDWARD A. PORTER 



Boston College, Boston State College; 
French 

"Tant vaut l'homme, tant vaut la 
terre." 



26 




HARRY T. POWERS 



Northeastern University, Boston Uni- 
versity; Bookkeeping, Typewriting 
"Smoking will affect your health." 




ELEANOR RITCHIE 



Wheaton College; Latin 
"Carpe diem." 




CAROLYN RODGERS 



Emmanuel College, University of Ma- 
drid; Spanish, English 
"Un hombre prevenido nunca fue 
vencido." 




GEORGE F. PRATT 



Suffolk University, University of 
Massachusetts; Guidance 
"Ingredients for success: ability, per- 
sonality, and work, work, work!" 




JEAN ROANOWICZ 



University of Massachusetts; English 
"That best portion of a good man's 
life — his little nameless, unremem- 
bered acts of kindness and of love." 




JOSEPH SAVOIA 



Bowdoin College; Geometry; Soph- 
omore Math Club 

"Long hours of hard work are the 
key to success." 




MARILYN REED 



Framingham State College; Clothing 
"Never think you know everything 
but be sure you know something." 




WILFRED ROBERTS 



Boston University; Law, Bookkeep- 
ing; Reflector Advertising 
"Your world is only as large as your 
understanding of it." 




DANIEL J. SHEA 



Boston College; Latin, English; Tal- 
ent Show 

"He makes no friend who never 
made a foe." 



27 




ETHEL G. SKEHAX 



Boston State College, Boston College; 
History, Economics 
'"Tis education forms the common 
mind: Just as the twig is bent, the 
tree's inclined." 




LUCIXDA STIPEK 



Wheaton College; English 

"A great man is what he is, because 

he was what he was." 




ERVIDA C. SWIRKAL 



Boston University; General Business, 
Typewriting 

"If you want to learn to type, you 
can." 




MARGARET A. SPOONER 

Bridgewater State College; Geog- 
raphy, Guidance 

"Lives of great men all remind us 
that we can make our lives sublime 
and, departing, leave behind us foot- 
prints on the sands of time." 




BIRL'TA W. SWAIN 



Framingham State College; Home 
Economics; Future Homemakers of 
America 

"When you spread the table conten- 
tions will cease." 




CHARLES F. THIBODEAU 



Bridgewater State College; Biology 
"Education is not confined to the 
classroom, so be sure to utilize every 
opportunity that appears." 




ROBERT F. STENBERG 



Charlotte College; Printing 
"Contests allow no excuses, no more 
do friendships." 




GERARD J. SWANSON 



Boston College; Head of Mathematics 
Department; Math Club 
"Never was good work done without 
much trouble." 




MARY F. TOOMEY 



Boston University; English; Conser- 
vation Club 

"In daily living our motives should 
be guided by love and our attitudes 
based on cheerfulness and hope." 



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STANLEY G. TROUPE 



Bridgewater State College; English 
"No one can know how glad I am to 
find on any sheet the least display of 
mind." 




EDWARD J. VINSKEV 



Fitchburg State College; Carpentry 
"When we build let us think that we 
build forever. Let it not be for pres- 
ent delight, nor for present use alone." 




MAUREEN F. WENZLER 



Framingham State College; Home 
Economics 

"Anything is possible to a willing 
heart." 




VIRCIL VALICENTI 



Bates College, Bridgewater State Col- 
lege; U. S. History 
"Be prepared." 




PAUL A. WARREN 



New England Conservatory, Boston 
University; Director of Music, Band, 
Southeast District Music Festival 
"Keep a song in your heart, and the 
world will never be without beauty. " 




ROBERT D. WEST 



Boston College, Harvard University; 
Guidance Counselor 
"Ever to Excel." 




MARTHA VINING 



Boston University; Latin 
"Fortiter, fideliter, feliciter." 




JOAN WEINSTEIN 



University of Connecticut; Develop- 
mental Reading 

"The smile that you send out returns 
to you." 




HENRIETTA E. WHEELER 



Farmington State College; Head of 
Home Economics Department; Fa- 
shion Show 

"Congratulations on a job well 
started." 



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MYRNA L. WHITE 



Boston College; Shorthand, Type- 
writing; F.B.L.A. 

"Look for the best in others — you'll 
always find something good." 




RICHARD L. WHITMORE 



Fordham University; Social Studies, 
Driver Education 
"Aim high." 




EDWIN C. YOUNG 



State College at Fitchburg, State Col- 
lege at Boston; Auto Repair Shop 
"Have pride in your work." 




CLERICAL STAFF 





DORIS L HOLBROOK 



Secretary 
Athletics Office 




ESTER J. JENSEN 

Assistant Secretary 
Guidance Office 




LOUISE J. LOCKWOOD 
Secretary 

Vocational School Office 




DORIS E. McINTOSH 

Secretary 
Annex Office 




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SPECIALISTS 



ANN K. ALLEN 
Director of Cafeterias 





ARTHUR M. CICCHESE 



Supervisor of Custodians 
and Ground Crew 



DOROTHY B. CURTIN 



School Nurse 

Annex and Vocational 





ANNE MULLEN 

Manager 

High School Cafeteria 



DOROTHY W. NOYES 



Clerk 

Data Processing 





JOHN I. RUDOLPH, JR. 



Director of Audio 
Visual Institution 



GEORGE B. SHANAHAN 
Supervisor of Attendance 





LOULA M. WHITFORD 



Technician 
Data Processing 



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CAFETERIA WORKERS 




The efficient cafeteria workers preparing another delicious meal. 



EVELYN [. 
MAC KEAN 

Secretary 

School Lunch Program 



BEATRICE A. 
CARMICHAEL 

Assistant Secretary 
School Lunch 1'rogram 




Perhaps the most pleasant sounds 
in the school issue forth from the school 
cafeteria. The clatter of pans and the 
busy rustling of skirts all indicate to the 
hungry student that a well-balanced and 
appetizing lunch is being prepared for 
him as well as for over 1,400 other 
students. We thank these dedicated 
women. 



Each morning finds the ladies of the cafeteria busily about their duties. 



Our qualified cafeteria workers provide well-balanced and nutritional meals for the students. 



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CUSTODIANS 




Weymouth High's custodians: (L-R) Al Cicchese, Steve Holt, Ed Taber, 
Charlie Butler, Bob Smith, Hal Thomas, Mr. Loud, Archie Barker, Sal 
Abruzzese, N'ormie Rverson. 

During the school day these gentle- 
men in gray can be seen throughout the 
building diligently striving to maintain 
the beauty of Weymouth High School. 
The efficiency and cheerfulness with 
which these men do their jobs encour- 
ages the students to take pride in their 
school. Mr. Taber, the school garden- 
er, tends the flowers in the courtyards 
and the lawns on the campus. In such 
an atmosphere of cleanliness and dedi- 
cation it is no wonder that Weymouth 
means excellence. 




Harold Thomas gives the cafeteria its final grooming of the day. 





A k 1 



Weymouth High's attractive grounds show the horticultural skill of Mr. Taber. 



Head Custodian, Herbert Loud, keeps a watchful eye upon our building. 



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For the hundreds of students inter- 
ested in sports who daily pass through 
our halls, Weymouth is athletics, for 
the many teams organized at Weymouth 
High offer participation in all sports 
from those requiring great coordina- 
tion and grace such as gymnastics, to 
the brutal and fast-moving hockey. To 
the credit of the students and the school, 
our teams know not only how to win 
magnanimously, but also how to lose 
graciously. This in itself reflects the 
sportsmanship of both the competitors, 
the students, and spectators. Sports- 
manship is vitally important in our 



SPORTS 



lives, for lessons learned in high school 
reflect in the attitudes of adults. 

Weymouth High's athletics pro- 
grams give the student a chance to par- 
ticipate, and to foster feelings of school 
spirit and school pride. This spirit and 
pride should not be lost even though 
the team might lose. A good school 
supports its teams even though every 
game is not a victory. Weymouth High 
has this pride, and this is why Wey- 
mouth is spirit personified, why Wey- 
mouth is sportsmanship. 




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PEP CLUB 



An impressive and unshakably 
enthusiastic squad, the Weymouth High 
Pep Club is always there to back up 
our teams. Their spirited and loud 
cheers added to the efforts of the cheer- 
leaders and spurred our boys on to 
victory after victory in one of Wey- 
mouth's most successful years for sports. 
Their continued support was an im- 
portant factor in making this a victori- 
ous year. Besides attending faithfully 
all our games, the Pep Club took a 
part in many other activities. Members 
helped in planning pep rallies, made 
victory signs and put up posters 
throughout the high school. Appearing 
at all games, home and away, the en- 
thusiasm and verve of the Pep Club, 
and their lively school spirit have 
brought an even greater response from 
the student body and given our players 
the strong support they needed to suc- 
ceed. 




Pep Club advisor Miss Arnold and President John Nourse. 




Full of spirit, the Pep Club cheers our team on to victory. 



The Pep Club gives their enthusiastic support to all athletic teams. 




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The smiling substitutes and Ferdinand. 



"Fight Maroons, Fight!" 




CHEERLEADERS 



Charging the air with their enthu- 
siasm and excitement, the Weymouth 
High Cheerleaders spurred our boys on 
to victory after victory this year. Their 
lively spirit at rallies and games 
brought a great response from the en- 
tire student body at all games and 
meets. 

The efforts of the cheerleaders were 
not limited to cheering at games. This 
year's squad led pep rallies, put up 
posters throughout the school, and 
made maroon and gold banners. We 
are grateful to the '67 cheerleaders for 
their part in promoting school spirit 
and a sense of pride in the accomplish- 
ments of its student body. 




The Weymouth High Cheerleaders and Ferdinand, (back row, left to right) 
Patty Corrigan, Sue Twombley, Judy O'Donnell, Carol Mazzola, Lorraine 
Reardon, Marilyn Chase, Marilyn Manter, and Marilyn O'Brien, (front row, 
left to right) Debbie Ketchen, June Sullivan, Pauline D 'Allesandro. Linda 
Parks. 



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FOOTBALL 



Apparently unfamiliar with the 
benevolent spirit of Thanksgiving, the 
powerful Weymouth showed no mercy 
in crushing an out-classed Brockton 
53-0. Anxious to provide a glorious 
finish to Coach Fisher's long and bril- 
liant career and perhaps tainted by 
memories of the Arlington heart-breaker, 
Weymouth rolled up the score with awe- 
some facility. 

Led by co-captains John Pica and 
Ken Blasser, the Maroons compiled a 
record of which any team could be 
proud. Their only loss came to Arling- 
ton in what was heralded as "The 
Schoolboy Game of the Year." 

Stalwarts in Weymouth's offensive 
line were John Pica, Bill Shaw, Doug 
Auld, Barry Greener, Ray White, Ken 
Blasser, and Mike Losordo. Working 
from the "I" formation the backfield of 
Bryan Marini, Tom Ward, Steve Tag- 



en, and Rich Colligan left numerous 
opponents sprawled in the muddy turf. 

Statistical Leaders were Tom Ward 
rushing, Ken Blasser, pass receiving 
and for the second consecutive season 
John Pica led the team in tackles. Spe- 
cial notice should be given the coura- 
geous Charlie Brennan whose job was 
to handle the punt and kick-off returns. 

In recognition of their meritorious 
play, John Pica, Ken Blasser, Bryan 
Marini, and Tom Ward were selected 
to All-Scholastic teams. In a final ap- 
pearance the South Shore All-Star Team 
played in the Harry Agganis Football 
game. 

As coach of Weymouth High's foot- 
ball team for thirteen years, Mr. Fisher 
developed many powerful teams but 
much more important was the character 
which he constantly sought to instill in 
his players. 




Members of the Weymouth High 1966 footballteam: (L-R) First row, Barry Greener, Steven Tagen, Thomas Ward, Stephen 
Pizzi, Bryan Marini, Brian Greener, Kenneth Blasser, John Pica, Michael McGuire, Michael Losordo, Charles Brennan, James 
Duffy, Richard Colligan. Second row, Donald White, manager, Stanley Boc, Jeff Gillis, Brian Fitzpatrick, Ross Glynn, Rich- 
ard McKenna, Raymond White, John Caulfield, Alfred Cappellini, William Shaw, Robert Cugno, John Shober, Mr. John 
Burgess, assistant coach, Mr. Jack Fisher, head coach. Third row, Frank Baldassini, Michael McGlynn, Kenneth Garrity, 
Edward Diamond, Daniel Gentile, Steve Sanson, Gregg Sammer, Robert Schlieff, Frank Costa, Kenneth Wilson, Douglas 
Auld, Robert Tuffy, Richard Jablonski, John Erlandson. 



Richard Jablonski, Richard McKenna, Alfred Cappellini, John Erlandson. 







Weymouth 36 
Weymouth 20 
Weymouth 36 
Weymouth 26 
Weymouth 12 
Weymouth 12 
Weymouth 44 
Weymouth 53 



New Bedford 8 
Xewton 6 
Boston Latin 14 
Waltham 12 
Quincy 
Arlington 33 
Watertown 22 
Brockton 



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BASKETBALL 



44 



Willi 




V 



"Lose something, Peter?" 



Weymouth 


82 


Watertown 51 


Weymouth 


99 


Quincy 69 


Weymouth 


69 


Newton (S) 58 


Weymouth 


83 


Brookline 71 


Weymouth 


86 


Newton (S) 64 


Weymouth 


94 


Arlington 49 


Weymouth 


80 


Rindge 69 


Weymouth 


80 


Brockton 72 


W 7 eymouth 


48 


Waltham 26 


Weymouth 


56 


Cambridge Latin 34 


Weymouth 


50 


Watertown 41 


Weymouth 


69 


Newton (S) 51 


Weymouth 


84 


Brookline 53 


Weymouth 


72 


Newton (S) 54 


Weymouth 


90 


Arlington 51 


Weymouth 


78 


Cambridge Latin 54 


Weymouth 


86 


Rindge 78 


Weymouth 


65 


Brockton 59 


Weymouth 


74 


Waltham 68 


Weymouth 


66 


Quincy 33 


Weymouth 


64 


English 72 



To complete a season undefeated 
in Suburban League competition had 
been the goal which members of the 
Weymouth team pursued with a per- 
servering passion. With a slimmer Jim 
Dunlay and a surprisingly improved 
John Hassan controlling the boards, 
Weymouth rolled over all opposition. 
Guards John McClellan and Ed Wis- 
neski supplied the impetus to keep the 
fast-breaking Maroons flying. Co-cap- 
tain Pete Piatt, an aggressive rebounder 
and possessor of many moves, teamed 
with the spirited playmaker John Mc- 
Clellan to cover the opponents' top 
scorers. Led by Bob Richardson, the 
reserves Dick Kelley, Steve Douglas, 
Jack Abbott, and Glenn Douglas sup- 
plied Coach Kearns the depth needed 
to play an aggressive defensive game. 
As one team after another fell before the 
awesome sight of Weymouth and the 
dream of an undefeated season was 
realized, thoughts turned to the Tech 
Tourney. Although victory was denied 
them by a hot-handed Boston English, 
this did not detract from their incredible 
record of having finished their twenty 
game schedule unblemished. Under the 
direction of Mr. Hartwell, the Jaycee 
Team kept pace with the varsity squad 
until the final game of the season. A 
four point loss against Quincy prevented 
them from finishing with a perfect rec- 
ord. Juniors Rich Hassan, Steve Doug- 
las, and Ed Wisneski will provide a 
solid nucleus for next year's Weymouth 
Team. 



Jim Dunlay. John Hassan performing in the Rindge game. 



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Weymouth High Basketball Team: Front: John Hassan, Bob Richardson, Jim Dunlay, Pete Piatt, Steve Douglas, 
Rick Hassan. Back: Rick Jablonski, Ken Wilson, Ed Wisneski, Dick Kelly, John McClellan, Jack Abbott, John 
Donovan, Glen Douglas, Mark Fitzgerald. 





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The most successful season ever 
was completed by this year's wrestling 
team. They accomplished the outstand- 
ing record of eight wins and only one 
loss, tying Weymouth for first place in 
the rugged competition of the Bay State 
League. Under the capable manage- 
ment of their coach, Mr. Jannino, Wey- 
mouth's record-breaking wrestling team 
also placed fourth in the state's league 
making the 1966-67 season even more 
victorious. 

With co-captains John McCarthy 
and Jim Castagnozzi leading the way, 
impressive victories were won from Nor- 
wood and Wellesley among others. In 
the state competition Chester Gillis took 
third place and Barry Greener placed 
second. Rodney L. Janewski, a junior, 
brought even greater honors to the Wey- 
mouth team by winning the first place 
trophy in his class. 

Other seniors who contributed to 
the great success of this year's team 
were Jim Blaney and Richard Kerrigan. 
Juniors and sophomores on the team 
were co-captain Russ Huntington, Bob 
Schleif, Bob Cugno, Steve Tequori and 
Michael Rennie. 




Wrestling requires an ability to coordinate strength and 
mental skills instantaneously. 



WRESTLING 




Weymouth High School Wrestling Team: Front: Mr. Jannino, Steve Liquori. 
Robert Schleiff, Jim Blaney, John McCarthy, Chet Gillis, Jim Castagnozzi, Rich- 
ard Kerrigan, Rod Laniewski. Second row: David Cook, Steve Barry, Bill 
Hendry, Richard Lindstorm, Barry Greener, Ronny Cugno, Russell Huntington, 
Jeff Gillis, Thomas Travers. Third row: Kerwin Doherty, Lee Clark, Tommy 
Haywood, Robert Fuqua, Mark Jarvis, Francis F'innegan, Russel Rennie, Bill 
Laverty, Robert Clancy, John Sjostedt. 



Mr. Janino has James Castagnozzi and John MacCarthy demonstrate a few- 
strategic holds for the club. 

Weymouth 32 Scituate 1 1 

Weymouth 18 Braintree 15 

Weymouth 27 Walpole 20 

Weymouth 27 Milton 10 

Weymouth 14 Needham 27 

Weymouth 31 Natick 16 

Weymouth 24 Wellesley 20 

Weymouth 29 Brookline 14 

Weymouth 24 Norwood 18 

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HOCKEY 

Led by All-Stars Don Costa and 
Jim Heffernan, Weymouth finished 
fourth in the South Shore League. When 
unable to capture first place themselves, 
the Maroons played the role of spoiler. 
A surprisingly strong Canton team had 
hopes of vaulting past league-leading 
but faltering Hingham. But a coura- 
geous Weymouth team, powered by 
Don Costa's "Hat Trick," played to a 
tie, thus preventing the bulldogs from 
assuming first place. Other outstanding 
performers were the fiery MikeLosordo, 
steady Gerry Whitney, and smooth-skat- 
ing Bob Haley. On defense the muscu- 
lar Ross Glynn, Ray White, and Paul 
Dorman discouraged opponents from 
venturing into the corners to retrieve 
the puck. The fortitude of goalie Fran 
McMorrow foiled many scoring efforts 
of enemy skaters. Although graduation 
will sweep away many of this year's 
stars, the return of Heffernan and Haley 
promises a bright future for Coach 
Dempsey and loyal Weymouth hockey 
fans. 




Weymouth's Bob Haley races towards an opponent's goal. 




Weymouth High Hockey Team: Front: James Campbell, Robert Haley, Jim Heffernan, Gerry Whitney, Ross Glynn, Vic 
Ponturi. Second row: Mr. Dempsey, Donald Costa, Francis McMorrow, Mike Losordo, Mark Sullivan, Bob Guest, Phil 
Youngclause. Third row: Ray White, Paul Callahan, Paul Dorman, Bill Dempsey, Kevin Sheehan, Rick Yetman. 




Weymouth 8 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 4 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 4 
Weymouth 9 
Weymouth 5 
Weymouth 1 
Weymouth 1 
Weymouth 3 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 7 
Weymouth 4 
Weymouth 4 
Weymouth 5 



King Phillip 1 
Hingham 5 

Archbishop Williams 5 
Scituate 
Canton 5 
Hingham 3 
Memorial 2 
Brockton 
King Phillip 
Archbishop Williams 2 
Hingham 5 
Memorial 1 
Archbishop Williams 2 
Scituate 2 
Canton 4 
Memorial 1 
Brockton 



Weymouth High School games abound with sharp goalmouth action. 



Aggressive work along the boards is important for the success of any 
Hockey Club. 




Weymouth players always make an opposing defense- 
man's work more difficult. 





Weymouth High's (iirls' (ivmnastic Team. Front: Nancy Ells, Madeline Futile, Susan Murphy, Terry Swanson. Second 
row: I^eslie Traverse, Debbie Ketchen. Patty Corrigan. Lauren FUs. Betsey Hunter. Nancy Matthews, Marty Martinson. 



GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 



Leslie Traverse executes a split on the balance beam. 



Balancing deftly on the balance 
beam and executing vaults on the side 
horse, the members of Weymouth High's 
Girls' Gymnastic Team finished another 
season. Under Coach Mrs. Marcia 
Porro and with the assistance of Mr. 
Corrigan the girls worked and prac- 
ticed to attain coordination, grace and 
perfection of form. The uneven parallel 
bars, the trampoline, and the balance 
beam are all utilized in performance. 
Cartwheels, flips, walkovers, splits, and 
back somersaults are just a few of the 
many stunts perfected by the girls dur- 
ing the year. This year Patty Corrigan 
completed the season with an outstand- 
ing record. She remained undefeated 
in every event in which she performed 
and she won the State Women's Indi- 
viduals Competition. 




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Under the direction of Mr. Frado, 
the members of the boys' gymnastic 
team develop their acrobatic skills and 
compete with gymnastic teams from sur- 
rounding high schools. The co-captains 
of this year's team were Mark Lewis 
and Jim Doherty. The team finished 
with a record of one win and five losses. 
Although the team was not overly suc- 
cessful in this season there are many 
capable juniors on the team and the 
next season appears promising. 

With the excellent gymnastic equip- 
ment in the gymnasium, the boys had 
the opportunity of developing skills on 
many new pieces of apparatus. Their 
program included performances on the 
high bar, the horse, the parallel bars 
as well as long horse vaulting, and 
tumbling. The hours the boys spend in 
preparation for competition keep them 
continually in top physical condition. 



Mark Lewis and Jim Doherty, co-captains of the Gymnas- 
tic Team. 




Weymouth High's Boys' Gymnastic Team: (L-R) Front, Mike Maguire, Steve 
O'Hare, Joe Flannigan, Francis Greely, Bob Luthe, Tim Doherty. Second row: Mr. 
Corrigan, Glyn West, Rick Lucas, Jim Doherty, Mark Lewis, Mr. Frado. Third row: 
Larry Fara, Rick Dwyer, Paul La Favre, Tom Abbott, Bruce Eshner, Al Zylinski. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 





Andrew Straz, John McClellan and Allan Krueger keep in shape by 
practicing regularly. 



Brockton 
North Quincy 
Quincy 

Boston Technical 

Boston English 

Boston College 

Archbishop Williams 

Watertown 

State Meet — Weymo 

schools 



18 Weymouth 43 
41 Weymouth 20 
38 Weymouth 23 

19 Weymouth 46 
2nd 

96 Weymouth 
22 Weymouth 33 
38 Weymouth 20 
33 Weymouth 24 
uth 8th out of 22 




Andrew Straz and John McClellan ran the cross country 
course. 




Weymouth High Cross Country, Front: Norman Weeks, Allan Krueger, John McClellan, Andrew Straz, Al Wil- 
son. Second row: Mr. O'Leary, Donald Bambrick, John Bambrick, Sam Holmes, John Sullivan, Joseph Rosado. 



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WINTER TRACK 



The winter track team, captained 
by Ronald Hunter, Jan Perrin, and 
Richard Simpkins, completed this sea- 
son with its first undefeated indoor rec- 
ord. Weymouth demonstrated its ath- 
letic prowess in placing Fourth at the 
State Meet by compiling a score of 
sixteen and a half. 

The 66-67 Track Team also set 
two new Weymouth High records this 
season. The first by Norman Weeks, 
a junior, was set in the two-mile run; 
the second, in the two-lap relay. The 
Weymouth High School trackmen cap- 



ped this season with an outstanding 
victory in the Boston Athletic Associa- 
tion Competition. 

The Cross Country team completed 
this season with a six and two record. 
Fine performances by seniors John Mc- 
Clellan, Allan Kruger, and Andrew 
Straz won them letters in cross country, 
The team made a fine showing in the 
State Cross Country Meet. Weymouth 
placed eighth in competition with twenty- 
two high schools. 



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Weymouth High Winter Track. Front: Donald White, Tim Sweeney, Steve Tagen, Andrew Straz, Brian Greener, 
Alan Krueger, Dick Colligan. Second row: Norman Weeks, Joe Ferrisi, James Tressel, Charles Dacey, John 
Sullivan, Sam Holmes, Ed Diamond, Richard Simpkins. 



Rindge 35 Weymouth 51 

Maiden 19 Weymouth 67 

Boston College 

High 35 Weymouth 51 

Waltham 24 Weymouth 62 
Newton 34-2/3 Weymouth 51-1/3 
Natick 41 Weymouth 45 

Brookline 16 Weymouth 70 
Boston Athletic Association 

Weymouth 18 1st place 

State Meet 

Weymouth 16Y2 4th place 



The 1966 Spring Track Team 
headed by Tri-captains Ron Hunter, 
Jan Perrin, and Whitey Simpkins was 
primed for the St. John's Relays, Bel- 
mont Relays, and Outdoor State Class 
"A" Track Championships. Experi- 
ence was the forte of Outdoor Track 
with BAA Games and State Indoor 
Class A hurdles champion, Tim Sween- 
ey, Outdoor State Class A first place 
tie finishers Jan Perrin and John Mc- 
Clellan, Class A second place javelin 
thrower Pete Piatt, Outdoor State second 
place discus thrower Ray White, fifth 
place finisher in the State Indoor 300, 
Ron Hunter; Ed Diamond, fourth in the 
Indoor State Meet dash, Norm Weeks 
fifth in the indoor two mile, and sopho- 
more Joe Rosado who placed second in 
the State Meet Indoor 600 (tying the 
school record of 1 min. 16.7 sec). It 
has been the task of Coach O'Leary and 
his assistant, Mr. Meehan, to bring the 
athletes to their respective peaks in time 
for, and not before, the big meets, while 
keeping a high level of performance for 
dual meet competitions. 




Pat Pendergast hurls the javelin. 



SPRING TRACK 




Weymouth High Spring Track. Front: Sam Holmes, Ed Diamond, Charles Dacey, Harry Sprague, Donald Cummings, 
John Roanowicz, Norman Weeks, James Foster. Second row: John Sullivan, Mr. Steele, Bill Tansey, Phil White, Paul 
Salerno, Bill Kobs, Ed Haas, Peter Pizzi, Gregg Sammer, John Bambrick, Ronald Gouthro. 



John McClellan, Sudsy Noyes, Jan Perrin. 




Weymouth High Spring Track. Front: Tim Sweeney, Jan Perrin, John McClellan, Ron Hunter, Rick Slmpklns, Sudsy 
Xoyes, Andrew Straz. Second row: Mr. Meehan, Jim Doherty, Al Capellini, Pete Piatt. Ray W hite, Donald W hue. 
Tom Ward, James Tressel, Mr. O'Leary. 






BASEBALL 



MM? 




Weymouth's powerhouse of batters never let the team d 
Mike Panarelli. 



A capable and alert first baseman is essential to any team. Ken 
Blasser. 




This year's baseball team had the 
qualities which every winning team is 
comprised of. Among these are confi- 
dence, experience, enthusiasm, and 
school pride. Made up of returning 
varsity members and a few up-and- 
coming rookies, the team had a most 
enviable season. The bulk of Wey- 
mouth's explosive hitting power was 
supplied by Bryan Marini, Ken Blasser, 
Steve Pizzi, and Jack Abbot. The slick 
fielding of shortstop Glen Douglas and 
second baseman Mike Panerelli started 
many a doubleplay for the Maroon de- 
fense which often relieved the pressure 
on their pitcher. The pitching staff, 
headed by Bob Richardson, Steve Pizzi, 
and junior Danny Dillon completely 
baffled the opposing batters. The catch- 
ing chores were handled by Charlie 
Brennan, who constantly kept the team 
on its toes. 

Due to Mr. Player's fine coaching, 
Weymouth posted another fine record... 
without his inspiration this record would 
have been poor indeed. 



Heading Weymouth's pitching force this season was 
Bob Richardson. 



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GIRLS' TENNIS 



Tennis season came and went 
again last year at Weymouth High 
School. In only the fourth year from 
the team's beginning, the girls showed 
great progress. They completed their 
series of nine games with a 6-3 record 
under the capable coaching of Miss 
Arnold. This season will present itself 
as an even greater challenge. The 
1966-67 team shows great promise due 
to its talented seniors, Nora Tringale, 
Kathy McCann, Paula Ryder, Donna 
Tilden, and Paula Au Coin. Juniors, 
Maureen Meskimmen and Paula Pilato 
also contribute much to the team's suc- 
cess. The girls precede each game with 
a cheer for Margaret Smith, the top 
womens' tennis player in the world. 
This plus the enthusiasm and spirit in 
each of the girls present favorable pros- 
pects for a successful season. 




Paula Au Coin executes a backhand. 




Weymouth High Girls' Tennis Team. Front: Paula Au Coin, Paula Pilato, Donna Tilden, 
Marie Leahy. Back: Paula Ryder, Nora Tringale, Kathy McCann, Mary Lou Peshek, Barbara 
Olson, Miss Arnold. 



Nora Tringale starts the game off with a powerful serve. 





Weymouth High Boys' Tennis Team. Front: Donald Ambach, Richard 
Bulman, Jim Phillips. Back: Mr. Dempsey, Dennis Kelly, Dave Henley, 
John Scott. 



BOYS' TENNIS 



After experiencing a winning season 
last spring, the boys' tennis team, de- 
spite loss of last year's players, was 
able to maintain its fine reputation this 
season. Senior Donald Ambach and 
Richard Bulman, a junior, led Wey- 
mouth's team in scoring ability. Players 
Dennis Kelley, John Scott, David Hen- 
ley, James Phillips also gave fine per- 
formances. The fine coaching of Mr. 
Dempsey and the enthusiasm and de- 
termination of the boys kept Weymouth 
ranking at the top in the South Shore 
Tennis Deague. 




Richard Bulman displays his form on a strong 
follow-through. 



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GIRLS ' GYM 



Under the direction of Miss Arnold 
and Miss Cullity, the girls at Weymouth 
High are able to participate in gym 
twice a week. The purpose of the physi- 
cal education program is to keep the 
girls physically fit and healthy. It also 
encourages interest in a wide variety of 
sports. By participating in the program 
the girls not only acquire new skills and 
good sportsmanship, but they also re- 
ceive enjoyment. 

In the gym the girls learn the skills 
of tumbling, basketball, and volleyball. 
They also learn how to perform on the 
balance beam, the trampoline, the un- 
even parallel bars, and the Swedish box. 





Playing basketball, the girls learn new skills and acquire good 
sportsmanship. 




The girls relax as they watch their classmates playing basketball. 



"Jump Ball" 



BOYS' GYM 




Mike Mylette exhibits his agility as he spikes the ball over 
the net. 



Wrestling requires concentration and coordination. 




During the school year an excellent 
physical education program is present- 
ed to the boys of Weymouth High 
School. 

Classes are divided into two 
groups, Remedial and Regular, and 
are supervised by Mr. Burgess and 
Mr. O'Leary. 

Activities in the Remedial Class 
consist mainly of a year-long program 
in weightlifting. The Regular gym pro- 
gram begins its fall activities with touch 
football at Legion Field. Basketball, 
wrestling, and trampoline are taken up 
during the winter months. In the spring, 
classes are again held at Legion Field 
for baseball and track activities. 



Volleyball, a fast-moving sport, demands that players remain alert. 




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WEIGHT LIFTING 



The remedial gymnasium in the 
boys' gym offers excellent facilities for 
weightlifting to the student and athlete. 
Weightlifting requires strength, coordi- 
nation, and concentration. Under the 
direction of John Burgess, the boys also 
use mats, weights, and other equipment. 
Through constant exercise the boys are 
able to achieve a healthier and fitter 
body. 




Weightlifting requires a strong and well-coordinated body. 
Doug Auld. 



Mr. Burgess explains the fundamentals of weightlifting as students look on. 




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ATHLETIC 
BANQUET 



This year Weymouth High School's 
Testimonial Banquet was held on De- 
cember 15. Those honored at the ban- 
quet included the varsity letter athletes 
and the cheerleaders. After a fine din- 
ner, guest speaker, Dr. John S. Hafer 
spoke on the qualities which make an 
outstanding athlete. 

Our new principal, John F. Martin, 
presented the sweaters to the players 
and introduced Coach Fisher. Applause 
filled the hall as Mr. Fisher, our retiring 
football coach, rose to speak. During 
his speech, Mr. Fisher spoke of his 
sentiments on retiring and of his duties 
as Director of Athletics. After introduc- 
ing the coaches of the other teams, Mr. 
Fisher was seated as the audience ex- 
pressed their high regard and respect 
with a standing ovation. 



Weymouth's outstanding performance in the 1966-67 
season was praised by guest speaker Dr. John S. Hafer. 




The guest list of the Athletic Banquet included new- 
superintendent Dr. Leon H. Farrin. 



Coach Fisher reviews the record of Weymouth's victorious 
with guests at the banquet. 




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For the past three years we have 
eagerly awaited the day when we should 
don our caps and gowns; but as gradu- 
ation approaches, we hesitate to leave 
what has become so much a part of us. 
As we stand on the threshold of new 
adventures, let us take a final glance at 
the achievements, the victories, and even 
the defeats that have been ours during 
our high school years. Amid the drone 
of voices, the shuffling of feet, and the 
clicking of chalk, some lessons have 
been learned, others forgotten. Friend- 



Graduates 



ships have been made, philosophies 
have been formed, and ideals have been 
set forth. We have laid our foundation 
for tomorrow and now must take leave 
of familiar faces and bustling corridors 
to test what we have learned within these 
walls. We trust that the dedication and 
sense of mission of our teachers and 
classmates have so challenged us that 
we may show the world what Weymouth 
is. 




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CLASS OFFICERS 




left to right 



Ronald Hunter, High School Vice President 

John McLellan, High School President 

Susan Coveny, High School Secretary 

Kenneth Knudsen, Vocational School President 

Frederick Brine, Vocational School Vice President 

Andrea Jacobson, High School Treasurer 

William Crooks, Vocational School Secretary-Treasurer 



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J 



JOHN R. ABBOTT 

Jack, who wants to become a pilot, 
would like to attend Boston College. 
He is interested in skiing, basketball, 
and playing the piano. ..he dislikes 
noisy people. 



Basketball 10, 11. 
11, 12 



12: Baseball 10, 




FREDERIC C. ADAMS 

Fred's pet peeve is people who are 
pests. ..he enjoys football and girls... 
would like to become a printer when 
he has graduated. 




JANET A. ADIKONIS 

Janet enjoys folksongs, particularly by 
Peter, Paul, and Mary. She also takes 
an interest in surfing, skiing, and trav- 
el. After graduation she hopes to visit 
abroad and work in Paris for a year... 
would like to become a private sec- 
retary. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Miss Vining's Sec't. 12; Honors 10 




DENNIS K. ADLEY 

Dennis enjoys tinkering with cars... 
likes V'ettes... hopes to become a me- 
chanic and own a garage. 

Open House 11, 12 



JOHN J. AHERNE 

President of his C.Y.O....Jack's inter- 
ests include sports and swimming... 
can be seen as a bundle boy at Curtis 
Farms. ..hopes to enter medicine or 
teaching. 

Student Council 10; Treas. 12; Caf. 
Monitor 10, 12; Intramurals 10; Class 
Treas. 10, 11; Soph. Party Chairman 
10; Jr. Usher; Jr. Prom Comm.; Key 
Club 12; Pep Club 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 





PATRICIA A. AHL 

Pat is an active member of C.Y.O. and 
a president of Good Counsel Club. 
She spends her spare time working in 
Filene's. After high school she plans 
to attend a nursing school. 

Campus 11; F.N. A. 12; Ski Club 12 



NEAL F. AHLSTEDT 

Energetic Neal square dances and 
plays the guitar. After graduation he 
hopes to attend college and become an 
electronics engineer. 




RITA M. AKUNEVICH 

Rita, who enjoys tennis, swimming 
and outdoor activities, hopes to go on 
to secretarial school. She favors peo- 
ple who have a sense of humor, and 
dislikes people with no school spirit. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Pep Club 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12 




DANA A. ALBERT 

Dana is an avid sportsman. He en- 
joys fishing, hunting, and bowling... 
also likes motorcycle racing. 




EDWARD R. ALEX 

Eddie, when not working as the Man- 
ager of Narragansett Surf Shop, 
spends his time surfing and sailing. 
His goal after high school is business 
college. 

Hockey 10; Football 10 




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STEPHEN E. ALLEN 

Steve, active in C.Y.O., plans to attend 
Burden College and then Northeastern 
Univ. He is interested in cars and 
rock n' roll.. .keeps busy as a stock 
boy at Curtis Farms. Phony people 
and loud girls are his dislikes. 




DONALD E. AMBACH 

Tennis, bowling, football, and hockey 
are among Don's interests. In the 
future he would like to play tennis 
professionally. ..he now works as a 
gas station attendant in his spare time. 

Tennis Team 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 
10 



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DEBORAH R. ANCHASE 

Debby is a member of Rainbow. She 
enjoys tennis, swimming, sailing, and 
ice skating. ..hopes to become a secre- 
tary or an accountant. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 11, 12; 
District Auditions 12; Brigadoon 12; 
New England Solo & Ensemble Fes- 
tival 




JOHN F. ANDERSON 

An avid marksman, John is a member 
of the Weymouth Sportsman's Club... 
contemplates a career in the Air Force. 
He dislikes Monday mornings. 




KENNETH G. ANDERSON 

Kenneth, who likes good athletes, is 
also interested in sports and music... 
his ambition is to become a jazz trom- 
bonist. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11; 
Talent Show 10; Basketball 10 





MAXINE ANDERSON 

Working in the dietary department of 
a hospital occupies much of Maxine's 
time. Her favorite pastimes are at- 
tending football games, ice skating, 
bowling, and dancing. ..a future airline 
stewardess. 

Mr. Perry's Sec't. 12 




DAVID F. ANDREWS 

Dave, who is interested in attending 
Northeastern, enjoys boating, bowl- 
ing, and collecting coins. His pet 
peeve is getting up on Monday morn- 
ing. He also has a part-time job 
working for the Patriot Ledger. 




SARA C. ANDREWS 

Sara hopes to become a secretary... 
dislikes conceited people.. .her pet peeve 
is getting up in the morning. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100; 
Teachers' Convention 11 




EMILIE M. ANTONETTI 

Emmy, who enjoys designing and sew- 
ing her own wardrobe, is now a sales- 
girl at Remick's. She will attend 
Aquinas School next fall and become 
a secretary. 

Student Activity 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10; 
Office Worker 10; Soph. Party Comm. 
10; Monitor 10, 12; Campus 11, 12; 
Jr. Party Comm.; Student Council 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm.; Sr. H.R. Treas. 




GEORGE F. APPLETON 

Musically inclined, George enjoys 
plaving the guitar. He hopes one day 
to be a cameraman for a large press 
...intends to take a post-graduate 
course. 

Talent Show 10, 11; Open House 10. 
11 



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CHARLES E. ARMSTRONG 

Charlie, an all-round fun guy and 
sports enthusiast, hopes to go on to 
further schooling and then into the 
advertising field. At the moment he is 
working at Sheridan's and Delco Sheet 
Metal. He likes hockey, money, and 
Corvairs. 



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WILLIAM R. ARVIDSON 

A future electrical engineer, Bill's main 
interests are camping, hunting, and 
electronics. He hopes to attend South- 
eastern Massachusetts Technological 
Institute after graduation. 

Math Club 10, 11, 12; A.V. Club 11, 
12; Outdoor Club 11, Pres. 12; Math 
Tourney 11, 12; Brigadoon; Key Club 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 



4* 



THOMAS F. ASH 

Tom, who will certainly be a friend to 
anyone he meets, enjoys all sports. 
Next year he hopes to continue his 
education in college but has no plans 
beyond that. 




JAMES P. ASHE 

Jimmy, now a service station attend- 
ant, is planning to begin his five year 
apprenticeship training in electricity 
after high school. He likes Corvettes, 
and spends his spare time working on 
automobile transmissions. His pet 
peeve is no girls in the vocational 
wing. 




PAULA J. AUCOIN 

Paula is interested in all sports... her 
pet peeve is the mini-skirt. She plans 
to attend Bridgewater State College 
next fall and major in physical educa- 
tion. 

Gvmnastics 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 
12; Monitor 10, 11, 12; H.R. Mesngr. 
10; Soph. Party Comm.; Office Guide 
10; Jr. Party Comm.; Student Council 
11; Bye Bye Birdie; Brigadoon; Cheer- 
leader 11, Head 12; Re/lector H.R. 
Rep. 11, 12 





DONALD W. AWALT 

Sportsminded...Don is an active mem- 
ber in C.Y.O. and M.Y.F.... intends to 
go into carpentry work. 

Senior Nom. Comm.; Open House 12 




NORMAN W. BABCOCK, JR. 

Norman, a model car bug, intends to 
join the Army Construction Corps and 
later become a house contractor. 

Chorus 10, 11 



DENNIS R. BAILEY 

Sack loves cars, football, and elec- 
tronics. Now a burner and welder, he 
plans to join the Navy. Fords, Ramb- 
lers, and geometry annoy him. 

Honor Roll 10,11 




MICHAEL A. BABINEAU 

Mike, whose free time is occupied with 
sky-diving and motorcycling, is inter- 
ested in all sports, especially hockey... 
he plans to become a state policeman. 



HARRY E. BAILEY, JR. 

Harry, a great car enthusiast, enjoys 
watching stock car races and hopes to 
build his own car. He wants to attend 
Franklin Institute after graduation. 



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LINDA D. BAIRD 

Linda spends her spare time reading, 
roller skating, and dog showing. ..dis- 
likes boys with long hair. Linda hopes 
to attend Peabody College and become 
a practical nurse. 




ELIZABETH J. BAKER 

Betty, an avid participant in all water 
sports, would like to attend college and 
later teach physical education. 

Monitor 10; F.T.A. 12; Gymnastics 
Team 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 




GREGORY P. BALLARD 

Greg, who enjoys billiards, bowling, 
and swimming, hopes someday to own 
his own business. He now works as 
an auto mechanic in his spare time. 

Gym Team 10; Track Team 10 




JOHN F. BALONIS 

Johnnie can be heard saying "Don't 
yell! "...likes cars. ..dislikes liars and 
detention. ..after graduation John hopes 
to enter the U. S. Air Force. 



WILLIAM M. BARBER 

Bill, a typical sportsman, likes boat- 
ing, fishing, hunting, and blonde-hair- 
ed, blue-eyed girls. Going on to school 
and becoming a master aviation tech- 
nician are Bill's ambitions. He is an- 
noyed by prejudice toward teenagers. 





JOSEPH R. BARBUTO 

Joseph, who is an employee at Sears 
Roebuck and Company, would one 
day like to become a manager of 
Sears. He is interested in cars and 
would like to attend business school 
when he graduates. 



RICHARD J. BARBUTO 

A future student at Northeastern Uni- 
versity, Dick is an active member of 
C.Y.O. He enjoys all sports and works 
part-time at Tedeschi's. 

Football 10; Pep Club 12 



KATHLEEN A. BARRETT 

A future executive secretary, Kathy 
plans to attend a business school. Out- 
side of school she is kept busy by her 
work at Ruth and Don's Snack Bar. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 11, Officer 12; 
Teachers' Convention 11 




VICTOR S. BAROSSI 

Vic, with his liking for work, does a 
fine job as a sound service man. ..likes 
history and working on cars. 

Office Duty 10; Open House 11, 12 



ERNEST H. BARTELS 

Ernie plans to further his education in 
Business Administration. ..enjoys ski- 
ing, swimming, sailing, camping, and 
likes to earn money. 

Indoor Tennis Club 11; Ski Club 12 




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GEORGE L. BARTLETT 

George hopes to some day travel 
around the world. ..plans to take post- 
graduate courses In machine shop. 




FRANCIS L. BASSETT, JR. 

Swimming, cars, pool, and roller-skat- 
ing are Francis' main interests. ..likes 
ice cream, sports cars, and pastromi... 
hopes to become a building contractor. 




GARRY W. BATES 

Gam- spends much of his time work- 
ing as a G.E.M. gas station attendant 
...likes sports, but does not favor work 
or bleached hair... plans to enter the 
service. 




MARY J. BEAUDOIN 

A future airline stewardess, Mary's 
interests are riding, dancing, and play- 
ing the piano. She despises people 
who don't live up to what they say. 

Riding Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11; Co-Manager of Campus Sec- 
retaries; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80, 100; 
Honors 11 



CHERIE L. BEAUREGARD 

Cheri enjoys meeting people, especially 
college boys... dislikes teased hair and 
snobby people.. .she hopes to become 
an airline stewardess or hairdresser. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Pep Club 12; Mrs. Orion's 
Sec't. 12 





VALERIE A. BEGGS 

Valerie, first runner-up in the Singer 
World Stylemaker Contest, has plans 
for a career in fashion design after 
attending college. Her interests include 
listening to folk music, fashion sketch- 
ing, reading, and exploring Harvard 
Square boutiques. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Monitor 10; Jr. 
Campus Sales Staff; Sr. Nom*Comm.; 
Sr. Play Usherette; F.H.A. 12; Campus 
11, Ed-in-Chief 12; Brigadoon; Hon- 
ors 10, 11 



JOAN M. BELANGER 

Joan, who likes sports, enjoys cheering 
at football and basketball games... is 
presently employed at Woolworth's in 
Quincy. 

Riding Club 11, 12; Mrs. Swain's 
Sec't. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm. 




BRUCE K. BELCHER 

Bruce enjoys collecting records and 
constructing ship models. His future 
plans are to enter the Navy and later 
to begin a business career. 

A.V. 10; I.M.C. 11, 12 




LYNNE K. BELL 

Lynne, secretary for her youth group, 
likes bowling, ice skating, and sewing 
...works as a sales girl at Jackson 
Square Pharmacy. Her future lies in 
secretarial work. 




JOSEPH B. BENEDETTI 

An eager sports fan, Joe is a member 
of the Y.M.C.A. and plans a career in 
teaching or sports announcing. ..likes 
team teaching in English... dislikes 
homework. 

Chorus 10; Chess Club 11, 12 



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JAMES D. BENNETTE 

Jim, a fine artist and friend to all, will 
certainly find great rewards in his 
chosen field of art. With next year he 
hopes to enter an art school where he 
will further his talents. 




STEVEN A. BENNETTE 

Steve enjoys all sports, especially foot- 
ball., .dislikes conceited people. He 
would like to go into some field of 
engineering. 

Hockey 11, 12 



ELAINE C. BENTLEY 

Elaine, a candy stripe volunteer, plans 
to become a registered nurse after col- 
lege. She is a member of Rainbow 
and her Church Fellowship. 

Dramatic Club 10; Caf. Monitor 10; 
Student Council 10, 12; Ski Club 11, 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; Theatre Arts 11, 
12; Bye Bye Birdie; Brigadoon; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 




SANDRA L. BERBERIAN 

Sandy is president of the Pilgrim Fel- 
lowship in East Weymouth. She es- 
pecially likes horseback riding. She 
plans to choose hairdressing for a 
vocation. 

Riding Club 12 




KAREN L. BERG 

Karen, who is interested in drama, 
finds time for sewing, drawing, and 
babysitting... plans a future as an art 
teacher. 

Soph. Party Comm.; One Act Plays 
11; Reflector Art Staff 10, 11, Editor 
12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Theatre 
Arts 11, 12; Bye Bye Birdie; Briga- 
doon, Student Director; Dramatic Club 
10; Jr. Party Comm.; Spectrum 10 





KAREN J. BERGFORS 

Karen, a sparkling redhead, likes to 
keep busy. She fills her spare time 
with tennis, swimming, reading, and 
walking. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Caf. Monitor 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Glee Club 11, 12; 
Theatre Arts 11, 12; Campus 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Merit Scholarship Letter 
Commend.; Brigadoon 12; High Hon- 
ors 10, 11 





CHRISTINA D. BERIO 

Chris enjoys horseback riding and 
bowling... has no time for conceited 
people... hopes to attend business 
school and become a secretary. 

Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11 



ROBERT C. BERQUIST 

"Berk" likes girls who are lively. ..an 
avid sports fan, he enjoys basketball, 
baseball, football, and bowling. ..as- 
piring to be a sales engineer, he plans 
to attend college. 

Public Speaking Club 10; Intramurals 
10; Chess Club 10,11,12 




JOSEPHINE E. BERNARD 

Jo plans to teach history after going 
to college. She is often seen cheering 
at Weymouth's football and basketball 
games. ..enjoys sewing and reading. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F.H.A. 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Glee Club 
11, 12; Library Staff 12; Ski Club 12; 
Campus 12; Brigadoon 



KRISTINA F. BERTRAM 

Kris, a lover of music and dancing, 
can often be found working at her 
part-time job. ..she would like to attend 
Burdette. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Gymnastic Team 10; 
Debating 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
11 



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NANCY L. BIRRO 



LUCILLE BESEGAI 

Lou, who plans to go tocollege... future 
plans undecided as yet.. .likes bowling 
and tennis. ..she also enjoys listening 
to records. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




The Surf just wouldn't be the same 
without Nance. Her interests include 
singing and boys with distinction... 
anticipates a post-graduation trip to 
England. 

Chorus 10, 12; Honors 10; Talent 
Show 10; Glee Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Campus Sec't. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, Activity Mngr. 12; Briga- 
doon; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80, 100; 
Sr. H.R. Treasurer; Sr. Class Play 
Usherette 




BRIAN F. BLACKWELL 

Brian enjoys bowling and swimming... 
pizza is his favorite food. ..he would 
like to become an engineer. 




MARY E. BLAKE 

Mary, who works as a salesgirl at 
Gilchrist's, loves a good time with lots 
of excitement. She also enjoys sum- 
mer sports, including swimming and 
waterskiing. 

D.E.C.A. 12 




JAMES BLANEY 

Jim, an easy-going and likeable boy, 
works as a cashier at Turnstyle... anti- 
cipates future education at Tufts or 
Northeastern. He's a sure success. 

Monitor 10; Wrestling Team 11, 12; 
Chess Club 11, 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





KENNETH M. BLASSER 

Ken enjoys swimming and playing 
billiards. Convertibles whose tops 
won't go down bother him. You'll 
often find Kenny In one of two places 
...either on the baseball diamond or 
on the football field. He hopes to fur- 
ther his education. 

Basketball 10; Football 10, 11, 12; 
Baseball 10, 11, 12; H.R. Rep. 10 




GARY O. BLUME 

A friendly boy whose favorite expres- 
sion is "hello "...Gary's many interests 
include football, cars, girls, and danc- 
ing... he has an aversion to getting up 
in the morning... active In DeMolay 
and his church youth group. He has 
plans for attending college. 

Tennis 10 




DOUGLAS F. BOBZIN 

Doug Is a sports enthusiast with inter- 
ests in scuba diving, swimming, foot- 
ball, and baseball. His sense of hu- 
mor and amiable disposition are sure 
to make him a success in whatever he 
attempts. 




LAURENCE J. BOISVERT 

Although Larry enjoys drafting and 
shop, he detests English. He spends 
his leisure time playing pool and swim- 
ming. He intends to join the Navy. 

Open House 10, 11 




ROBERT E. BONIA 

Oig's special interests lie in military 
miniatures, war-gaming, and playing 
records Now a grocery clerk at Big 
Joe's, he contemplates further educa- 
tion at Wentworth, in the field of en- 
gineering. 



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BONNIE J. BORDEN 

B.J. has a special Interest in art. ..likes 
all Folk Blues. ..dislikes getting up be- 
fore noon and would like to go to 
finishing school. 

Student Activity 10; Pep Club 10; In- 
tramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 11 




DIANE L. BOSTWICK 

Diane is interested in clothing design. 
She plans to attend college and major 
in home economics, and also hopes to 
travel. 

Fashion Show 10; J.M.S.V.C. 11; 
Campus 11, Ass't Ed. 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12; F.H.A. 12; F.T.A. 
11,12; Brigadoon; Campus Jr. Sales 
Staff 




FRANCIS J. BOURDON, JR. 

Frank can most often be seen playing 
chess, cards, or bowling. Friendly 
people with a sense of humor are right 
down his alley. After college, his goal 
is to be a teacher or a government 
worker. 

Band 10, 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 




FRANCINE T. BOVA 

Petite and friendly, Fran plans a future 
career of teaching Spanish or elemen- 
tary grades. ..outside interests include 
skiing and dancing. She also loves 
"hot fudge sundaes" and dislikes boys 
with extremely long hair. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Monitor 10; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Campus 11, 12; Briga- 
doon; Ski Club 12 



PAUL R. BOWLEY 

Dramatically inclined, Paul has parti- 
cipated in many school activities. ..as- 
pires to become a Spanish teacher 
after college. 

Dramatic Club 10; Exchange Concert 
10, 11; One Act Play Festival 10; Folk 
Song Assembly 10; Theatre Arts Club 
11; Bye Bye Birdie; Brigadoon 





JANET L. BOYLE 

A future secretary, Jan hopes to attend 
business school.. .conceited people and 
getting up in the morning annoy her... 
she likes sewing and dancing. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 12 



KATHLEEN E. BRADY 

Kathy, an active member of C.Y.O., 
enjoys bowling and basketball. With 
her sincere personality, she will surely 
succeed as a teacher. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
F.H.A. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 




BARBARA A. BRENNAN 

A friendly girl, "Babsie" hopes to 
become a physical therapist... likes 
boys, skiing, and dancing. ..snobby 
people annoy her. 

F.N.A. 11, 12; Pres. 10; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Theatre Arts Club 11, 12; Jr. 
Prom Comm.; Ski Club 11, 12; Briga- 
doon 




CHARLES M. BRENNAN 

Buddy. ..enjoys all sports outside of 
school. ..is bothered by skinny people. 
He plans to further his education and 
later go into hotel management. 

Monitor 10; Weight Lifting 10; Base- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10; 
Football 11, 12; Wrestling Team 11 




ROBERT F. BRIANA 

Bobby. ..you '11 never find him dancing 
collegiate... presendy hopes to sing his 
way through life. .."Crazy little colle- 
giate kids" is his favorite expression. 




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LOUISE C. BRIDGES 

Louise, a sports fan, particularly en- 
joys playing tennis and volleyball. 
She participates in the activities of 
Weymouth Bible Club, Rainbow, and 
Weymouth Baptist Youth Fellowship. 
Reading fills her spare time. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11, 12; Pep Club 
11, 12; Theatre Arts 12; French Club 
12 



ROBERT G. BRODEUR 

Robert would like to go to Wentworth 
...he enjoys cars, motorcycles and 
hockey. ..dislikes homework. 

Honors 10, 11 





FREDERICK S. BRINE 

An avid sportsman Fred actively plays 
football and baseball. Square dancing 
and wise guys peeve him. He hopes 
to become an engineer. 

Football 10, 11; Baseball 10, 11, 12; 
Open House 



WILLIAM T. BROOKS 

Poetry in motion best describes Brook- 
sey as he masters any ski slope from 
the Alps to the Blue Hills. In his spare 
time he works at a gas station. ..hopes 
to attend college. 

Ski Club 11, Vice-Pres. 12 



JEAN M. BROWN 

Jean's warm, sincere personality will 
make her an outstanding nurse. She 
wants to specialize with crippled and 
blind children. ..happy people appeal 
to Jeannie. 

Intramurals 10; F.N.A. 10; Re/lector 
H.R. Rep. 11; Teachers' Convention 
11; Miss Weinstein and Mr. Mc- 
Carthy's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Certs. 
60, 80 



SUSAN M. BROWN 

A cashier at Curtis Farms, Susan 
hopes to become a stenographer. ..boys 
with long hair annoy her. 

Office Worker 10; Drama Club 10; 
Monitor 10; Intramurals 10; Pep Club 
10 



RICHARD W. BRYANT 

Rick likes hunting and hot rods... 
works part-time at Curtis Farms. ..he 
would like to join the Navy. 




ROBYN A. BROWN 

"Brownie", a future teacher, enjoys 
writing prose in her spare time. Her 
future plans include ^attending Wor- 
cester State Teachers College. 

F.N.A. 10; Intramurals 10; J.M.S.V.C. 
11, 12; Campus 11; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 12; Language Lab. Ass't. 12 



RICHARD C. BRUNET 

Benny enjoys hunting and fishing in 
his spare time. He plans to attend 
college, major in science, and go on to 
graduate school. 

A.V. Club 11, 12 




BARBARA A. BULLIO 

To see the world is Barb's ambition. 
However, at present, she may be seen 
working as a nurse's aide. Her spe- 
cial interests he in the field of music. 

Pep Club 10 




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JUDITH A. BULMAN 

Judy, a member of her church Youth 
Fellowship, enjoys tennis and bad- 
minton. ..likes to babysit, cook, and 
sew. She hopes to become an L.P.N. , 
and is preparing herself by working as 
a nurse's aide. 

Intramurals 10; F.H.A. 11, 12 




JEAN F. BUNNER 

A busy girl, Jean enjoys square-danc- 
ing, good food, and friendly people. 
A member of the Women's Marine 
Corps, she leaves in June for basic 
training. 

Chorus 10; Folk Song Festival 10; 
Bye Bye Birdie; Glee Club 11; Library 
Staff 11; Cafe. Worker 12; Lang. Lab. 
Ass't. 12 



PAMELA A. BURFITT 

Cute and peppy, Pamsy would like to 
become an elementary school teacher. 
She likes new clothes, but dislikes jello 
...has a special interest in skiing and 
other sports. 

Intramurals 10; Campus 10, 11; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Riding Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Sr. Play Usherette 




DIANE M. BURNHAM 

Diane enjoys football, basketball, and 
playing the clarinet. She likes people 
and school. ..dislikes conceited people 
and snobs. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11, 12 




JANIS B. BURNS 

Janis enjoys watching sports, as well 
as participating in them. After gradu- 
ation she plans to become an executive 
secretary. 

Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Campus 
Sec't., Co-Mngr. 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm.; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80, 100, 
120; Tutor 12; Honors 11 





MARY-JO BURNS 

Always on the go and full of life, 
Mary-Jo dislikes people who don't 
know how to enjoy their weekends... 
hopes to enter a junior college. 

Talent Show 10; Gymnastics 10; Pep 
Club 10; Intramurals 10 




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STEPHEN M. BURNS 

Steve keeps busy playing his drums 
and working on his Chevy. ..dislikes 
girls who smoke. ..enjoys submarine 
sandwiches. ..teaching is his chosen 
career. 

Caf. Worker 10; Chem. Lab. Ass't. 11 



PAUL F. CALLAHAN 

An avid sportsman, Paul enjoys hock 
ey, baseball, football, and all other 
sports... works as an electrician's help- 
er during the summer. ..college lies in 
Paul's future. 

Varsity Hockey 11, 12 





IRENE E. BURRELL 

Renee will certainly be happy as a 
physical education teacher... she swims 
at the Y.M.C.A. and enjoys bike riding 
and most sports... loves school spirit, 
happy people, and fried clams. 

Honors 10, 11; Reflector H.R. Rep. 

10, 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; Pep Club 

11, 12; Tutor 10, 11 



JAMES M. CAMPBELL 

A future electrical engineer, Jim likes 
hockey and motorcycles, particularly 
Yamahas. 

Hockey 11, 12 



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JOSEPH A. CANOVA 

Joe, who likes hunting and working, 
works refinishing furniture after school 
...hopes to become a building contrac- 
tor. 

Football 10; Open House 10, 11, 12; 
Student Council 11, 12 




JANICE M. CAPASSO 

Jan, who likes reading, photography 
and sewing, hopes to attend nursing 
school. She likes food, dislikes 
phonies. 

Fashion Show 10; Spectrum 10; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; J.M.S.V.C. 11; Campus 
12 



GUY F. CAPELLE 

Guy, quiet and witty, is a good athlete. 
He hopes to go to college next year. 




ALFRED J. CAPPELLINI 

Al wants a thorough education at an 
Ivy League school... works at Friendly's 
...enjoys sports and playing his guitar. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; 
Key Club 12; Jr. Usher 




ANN M. CARACCIOLA 

An active member of her C.Y.O., Ann 
also enjoys dancing and sewing... 
works as a cashier at Bradlee's. 

F.N. A. Vice-Pres. 10; Pep Club 10; Jr. 
Prom; Ski Club 12 





GEORGE A. CARDILLO 

"Try, try again, but this time a little 
harder," is George's favorite expres- 
sion. After graduation he would like 
to join the Air Force. 




DIANA L. CARLSON 

Diana likes ice skating, piano, and 
painting. Her plans for next year are 
still uncertain. 

Dramatics 10; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Public Speaking 10; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Health Office Ass't. 10, 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Theatre Arts 11; Campus 
12 




WILLIAM L. CARMICHAEL 

Bill's hobbies include bowling, golfing, 
and basketball. He likes submarine 
sandwiches and potato chips... dislikes 
people who crack their knuckles... 
hopes to enter college. 

Cafe. Worker 10; Chess Club 11; Math 
Club 11; Golf 12 




BARRY J. CARR 

Always ready with a joke, Barry's 
carefree disposition brings him many 
friends. He is particularly interested 
in sports, a member of the C.Y.O. 
basketball team and other sports. ..a 
future as a history or gym teacher lies 
ahead. 

Football 11 




MARILYN J. CARR 

Marilyn is an active member of Rain- 
bow, teaches Sunday School, and 
plays basketball for the church team... 
likes camping and Mustang conver- 
tibles. ..works at So. Shore Hospital... 
her ambition is to become an account- 
ant. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Swanson's Sec't. 
12 



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PAUL F. CARROLL 

Paul, who likes friendly and honest 
people, may be seen working in the 
kitchen at the South Shore Hospital. 
Next year he hopes to attend Newman 
Prep, and then, perhaps, college. 



ERNEST J. CARSON, JR. 

Ernest hopes to enter a structural en- 
gineer course.. .his pet peeve is no girls 
in the vocational school. ..likes to eat 
and sleep. ..dislikes realists. 




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RICHARD A. CARROLL 

Dick enjoys all types of sports, espe- 
cially golf. He works part time and 
hopes to go on to further his education. 



WILLIAM B. CARSON 

Friendly and easy-going, Bill devotes 
his spare time to working on cars, 
when not busy working part-time. Af- 
ter graduation he plans to enlist in the 
Marine Corps. 



SUSAN D. CARTER 

Dancing and meeting friendlv people 
please Sue most. ..she also finds time 
for attending basketball and football 
games and working at Ho Jo's. ..col- 
lege is next for Sue. 

F.N.A. 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Riding 
Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12 





DIANNE M. CASEY 

Casey likes friendly and sportsminded 
people. She is now working for Smith's 
Caterer. ..hopes to become a hairdress- 



Girls' Gymnastic Team 10, 11, 12; 
Intramurals 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Jr. Prom Comm. 



GAIL E. CASEY 

Gail enjoys reading, hiking, and roll- 
erskating...she likes dogs and warm 
weather. ..dislikes snobs and winter. 
She would like to attend either North- 
eastern or Cornell. ..her ambition is to 
become an astronautical engineer. 




JAMES S. CASTAGNOZZI 

Ding makes the delicious food at the 
Weymouth Drive- In. ..likes fine clothes 
...dislikes spending money and skinny 
people. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12 




ALAN B. CATANIA 

Al likes most sports from bowling to 
football; also popular music. Hopes 
to enter college where he will major in 
the field of mathematics. 




JOHN H. CAULFIELD 

Undecided as yet about a career, John 
plans on a college education. Sports 
such as football and hockey interest 
him, and he also holds a job in his 
spare time. 

Football 11, 12; Spring Track 11, 12 




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LAWRENCE D. CAYON 

Lawrence, who likes swimming, foot- 
ball and basketball, hopes to become 
a printer... dislikes getting up early and 
doing homework. 

Open House 10 




PAUL F. CERUTI 

Paul is interested in writing. ..he also 
enjoys most sports. He would like to 
travel and plans to enter the field of 
journalism. 

Reflector Lit. Staff 10, 11, 12 




JANET A. CHARPENTIER 

"Mousie" likes to sing and write... 
dislikes conceited people.. .she has 
worked for two years as a nurse's 
aide at a nursing home. 

Talent Show 10; Campus Jr. Sales 
Staff 11; Campus 12 




MARILYN CHASE 

An exciting and vivacious girl, Mari- 
lyn likes autumn, the Cape, and foot- 
ball. ..hopes to go to college, then teach 
and travel. She is now working at 
the Y.M.C.A. 

Student Activity Comm.; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Ski Club 11, 12; Tennis 11, 
12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Cheerleader 12; Talent Show 
12; F.T.A. 12; Opening Ex. 12; Grad. 
Dance Comm. 




LILLIAN CHIANO 

La, a friendly and outgoing person 
likes daisies, pearls, and football 
games. After graduation she hopes to 
become a dental assistant... now work- 
ing at Sears Roebuck. 

Monitor 10 





JACQUELINE M. CHIASSON 

As an all-around outdoor girl, Jackie 
enjoys both skiing and riding. After 
graduation she will perhaps attend 
night school. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Riding Club 11 




CORINNE J. CHISHOLM 

A future teacher, Rene is an active 
member of C.Y.O.... works as an ice 
skating instructor and also at Curtis 
Farms. 




JOANNE R. CHMIELINSKI 

Jo's laughter is a common occurrence 
in the halls of Weymouth High. She 
enjoys the Cape, chocolate eclairs, and 
bicycling... intends to return to the class- 
room as an English teacher. ..she also 
hopes to travel. 

Tennis 11; Campus 11. 12; Ski Club 
11, Rec. Sec't. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11. 12 




CANDACE J. CHOR 

Candy enjoys dancing, sports, and 
horseback riding. ..likes people who 
have a good sense of humor and are 
friendly. 

Pep Club 10; Intramurals 10; Jr. Prom 
Comm.; F.B.L.A. 12 




RONALD P. CHRISTIAN 

Ron enjoys chess. ..business school is 
in his future. 

Chess Club 11 



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ALISON E. CLARK 

Al is artistically inclined, but also en- 
joys a great many sports, including 
horseback riding, tennis, ice skating, 
and swimming.. .she plans to attend an 
art school. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 12 




GERALDINE B. CLARK 

Gerry, whose ambition is to be happy 
and successful, enjoys sports, sewing, 
and dancing. She also holds a part- 
time job in her spare time. 

D.E.C.A. 



NANCY J. CLARK 

Long-haired boys and saddle shoes 
bother Nancy.. .she enjoys dancing, 
writing, parties, and Pontlacs... hopes 
to become a social worker. 

Dramatic Club 10, 11; Pep Club 10; 
Gymnastic Club 10; Honors 10; Ski 
Club 11; Riding Club 11 




ROBERT F. CLARK 

Butch enjoys playing hockey when not 
working part-time at McDonald's. Fu- 
ture plans indicate that he will become 
a draftsman. 

A.V. Club 10; Monitor 10; SkiClubll 




JOHN J. CLARKE 

John is a hard worker at Rob's Enter- 
prises when not studying. He enjoys 
all types of sports, especially football. 

Intramurals 10 





DOUGLAS W. COCHRANE 

Doug, whose pet peeves include slow 
drivers on expressways, intends to turn 
his interest in working on cars into a 
career as an auto mechanic. 




CAROLYN M. COLASANTI 

Friendly and easy-going Carol will 
have an exciting future as an airline 
stewardess. Working at Dew Drop 
Cleaners and dancing at the Surf keep 
her busy. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Ski Club 12; Theater 
Arts Club 12 




LINDA M. COLASANTI 

Linda is an active member in her 
C.Y.O....She also enjoys bowling, T- 
Birds, and Toronados. She would like 
to attend Mansfield Beauty Academy. 

Student Council 10; Honors 10; Pep 
Club 11 




DENNIS G. COLE 

Den is a stock boy in his spare time. 
His ambition in the future is to own a 
Corvette and a big bike. 




ETHEL T. COLLIER 

Quiet and unassuming, Ethel looks for- 
ward to college life. 



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RICHARD H. COLLIGAN 

After graduation Dick plans to attend 
a junior college and then go on to a 
state college. In the summer he worked 
as a "grease monkey" at Boston Cab 
Co. Among other things he is interest- 
ed in football, baseball, and track. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10, 
11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12 




CATHERINE M. COMEAU 

Cathy enjoys all kinds of sports. She 
would like to go to I.B.M. School 
and become a secretary or an I.B.M. 
operator. 

F.N.A. 10; Riding Club 11; Pep Club 
11, 12 




ROBERT C. COMOLLI 

Playing the guitar, painting, and coin 
collecting are Bob's special interests. 
He likes Italian food and the Rolling 
Stones. He is an active member of the 
C.Y.O., and would like to go on to 
college when he graduates. 

French Skit 10 




V KLLZABETH CONNOR 

An active member of C.Y.O., Betsy 
spent the summer in South America. 
She plans to attend John Hopkins 
University. ..filling out college applica- 
tions is her pet peeve. 

Language Assembly 10; Glee Club 11, 
12; Chorus 10; Intramurals 10; Riding 
Club 11; Campus 11, 12; H.R. 
Mesngr. 11; F.M.A. 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Mgr. Paperback Bookstore 12 



JEANNE T. CONSIDINE 

Jeanne enjoys horseback riding and 
water skiing... she works part-time as 
a cashier after school. Jeanne hopes 
to attend Northeastern and become a 
dental assistant. 



Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 
DiSessa's Sec't. 12 



11, 12; Mr. 





CHERYL M. CONTI 

Dancing is Cheryl's first love.. .works 
as a dance instructor at the Anna 
Garrity School of Dance.. .hopes to be- 
come a professional dance teacher. 

Pep Club 10; Brigadoon Choreograph- 
er 12 



ROSARIO J. CONTRINO 

Joe would like to go on to college and 
become a physical education teacher. 
He enjoys all sports especially foot- 
ball, baseball, basketball, and bowl- 
ing. He likes girls with a good per- 
sonality. 

Intramurals 10; Basketball 10; Foot- 
ball 10; Honors 10 




KAREN A. COOK 

Sports-minded Karen enjoys attending 
the football and basketball games to 
see our teams in action. Willing to 
help anyone, she will make a fine 
secretary. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11; Stu- 
dent Sec't. 12 




WAYNE C. COONEY 

Wayne.. .likes having his independence. 
His plans for the future include study- 
ing Social Science at U. Mass. 

Football 10; Winter Track 10 




GEORGE A. CORDEIRO 

"Friendly" says George, when he 
comes upon a person who doesn't 
smile. Besides being interested in peo- 
ple, he enjoys all sorts of music. 

Talent Show 10; Pep Club 12 




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PAUL G. COREY 

Paul, engaged in many dramatic and 
literary endeavors, enjoys playing the 
organ in his free time... plans to attend 
college after graduation, but is unde- 
cided in his vocation. 

Re/lector 11, 12; Key Club 12;\V.H.S.- 
TV 11, 12 




DAVID C. CORKUM 

Dave, who would like to become a 

missionary, hopes to go to Gilead 

Bible College... likes music arranging 
and electronics. 




JOHN M. COSBY 

Bound for Northeastern, John likes a 
variety of music. 

Band 10, 11, 12 




DONALD E. COSTA 

Don is an enthusiastic hockey player 
in his spare time.. .can often be seen on 
the streets of Weymouth on his Ya- 
maha. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12 



GERALD A. COULSEY 

A sportsman, Jerrv is annoved with 
conscientious objectors. He works at 
Carrol's and wants to get an F.C.C. 
controller's license. 

Chorus 10, 11; D.E.C.A. 12 





DONALD E. COURCHENE 

Always on the go, Don is a car and 
motorcycle fan. ..hopes to one day be- 
come a sheet metal worker.. .rude peo- 
ple annoy him. 



CARY S. COYENEY 
Rory is an active member of C.Y.O. 
Wrestling 11, 12; A.V. Club 11, 12 




SUSAN L COVENEY 

Always smiling, Sue's lively personal- 
ity reflects her special interest in people. 
She plans to attend Quincy Junior Col- 
lege and study to become a medical 
secretary. 

Talent Show 10. Chairman 11; Student 
Activity 10; Student Council 11, 12; 
Class Secretarv 11, 12; Monitor 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11; Pres. 12; Library Club 
11; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Campus Sales Staff 12 




PHYLLIS L. COX 

Besides working at Turnstyle as a 
salesgirl, dancing and roller skating 
are among Phyllis 's activities. After 
finishing high school she will head for 
a career in nursing. 

Campus 11; Riding Club 11, 12; 
F.N.A. 12 




CLARE M. CRAIG 

C.C., friendly and responsible, works 
as a cashier at Big Joe's and antici- 
pates a career as a practical nurse. 
Clare likes music, swimming, water- 
skiing, fishing, boating, and American 
History. 

Future Nurses 10; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
Chairman Blind Committee 12; 
Librarv Ass't. 1 1 



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RICHARD E. CRAIG 

A sports enthusiast, "Mouse", likes 
horseback riding, hunting, and swim- 
ming. Although he now works as a 
carpenter, his future ambition is to be- 
come a sheet metal worker. To stay 
on his good side, girls should be quiet 
and obedient. 

Hockev 10 




WILLIAM J. CROOKS 

Bill, an outdoorsman, enjoys playing 
basketball and hunting. After college, 
he hopes to become an electronic engi- 
neer. ..dislikes girls who smoke. 

High Honor Roll 10, 11; Basketball 
Team 10; Student Gov't. 10, 11; Jr. 
Usher 11; Sec't.-Treas., W.V.T.H.S. 
12 




CHERYL A. CROSBY 

Friendly and cooperative, Sheri keeps 
busy by working as a salesgirl at 
Sheridan's and by participating in a 
wide variety of activities... will be a sure 
success in whatever vocation she mav 
choose. 

Monitor 10; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Cheerleader 11; Student Council 11, 
12; Reflector 12 



ALICE CRUICKSHANKS 

Al is a real ball of fire... besides wait- 
ressing at the Chef's Hat, she finds 
time for strumming the guitar with her 
band and horseback riding. She likes 
friendly, happy people. 

Talent Show 10; F.N. A. 10, 11, 12; 
Language Assembly 10; Bye Bye Bird- 
ie 11; Jr. Prom Comm.; Campus 12; 
Brigadoon; F.B.L.A. 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm.; F.T.A. 12; Reflector 12 





JOHN F. CROTO 

A good tennis match or football game 
would be right up John's alley any 
day. He is now working at Capitol 
Supermarket, but hopes to attend 
Northeastern to study about electronic 
technology or engineering. 

Tennis 1 1 




WILLIAM P. CULLEN 

Bill, who is an emplovee at the Stop & 
Shop, enjoys skiing and swimming... 
also likes people. 




THOMAS J. CURRAN 

T.C. enjoys surfing, football, basket- 
ball, and sailing. He would like to 
attend Maine Maritime Academy and 
hopes to travel. 

Gymnastics 10; Wrestling 11 




FRANK H. CURRY, JR. 

Frank, who would like to go to Curry 
College, his namesake, is interested in 
collecting stamps and playing the 
drums. 

Football 10; Baseball 11; Track 12 



JAYNE A. CURTIS 

Jayne enjoys horseback riding and 
participation in her chuch youth 
group... wants to become a bookkeeper 
after two years of business college. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Riding Club 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




DONNA L. CURTISS 

Donna is a member oftheWessagusset 
Rainbow Assembly and holds the of- 
fice of Charitv. She works part time 
as a salesgirl for Associated Record 
Corp. and would like to attend I.B.M. 
School when she graduates. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11 



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SUSAN H. CYPHER 

Susan, who takes special interest in 
swimming and the fine arts, attended 
Garland Jr. College Summer Inst. Her 
plans include college and then a job 
In the Diplomatic Corps. 

J.M.S.V.C. 12 




ELLENMARIE DALEY 

Ellenmarie, a fun-loving girl, is an 
avid fan of folk music and the people 
connected with it, beards and all. After 
college, she plans to go into the field of 
home economics. 

Pep Club 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; 
Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 
11; F.B.L.A. 11, J.M.S.V.C. 12; F.T.A. 
12 




RICHARD F. DALEY 

Rick, who likes sports of all kinds, 
worked last summer at General Dy- 
namics as an electrician... plans a ca- 
reer in the service or an apprenticeship 
to further his trade. 



RAYMOND L. DALTON 

Ray enjoys football and hunting as 
his pastime.. .dislikes talkative people 
...plans to attend Wentworth and enter 
the field of architecture. 




PAULINE G. D'ALLESSANDRO 

Delia, a bug on surfing and folk mu- 
sic, likes making people happy. The 
Modern School of Fashion Design lies 
in her future. 

Gym Team 10; Fashion Show 10, 11; 
Bye Bye Birdie; Talent Show 1 1; The- 
atre Arts Club 11; Jr. One Act Play; 
Ferdinand 12 





ROW C. DAMON 

Rony, who enjoys sports, MG's, and 
Corvettes, also likes meeting people. 
She plans to attend college in Boston 
and to see the U.S.A. 

Intramurals 10; Honors 10; Pep Club 
11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Ski Club 12 




LYNDA R. DAVID 

Lynda, who enjoys helping people, is 
interested in becoming a nurse. She 
also participates in all types of sports 
such as basketball, ice skating, swim- 
ming, and camping. 

F.N.A. 10; Pep Club 10, 11 




DONALD A. DAVIS 

Electronics, shortwave radio, chess, 
science fiction, and sports are a few- of 
Don's interests. He works part-time at 
Friendly 's Ice Cream. Further educa- 
tion at Northeastern and a career as 
an electrical engineer are among his 
future plans. 

Chess Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




M. CATHERINE DAVIS 

Cathy, vice president of her C.Y.O., 
hopes to attend U. of Mass. or Boston 
College.. .plans to become an English 
teacher... works part-time at the Cameo 
Theatre. 

Talent Show 10; Student Activity 10; 
Jr. Party Comm.; F.T.A. 11; Campus 
Faculty Ed. 12; Brigadoon; Sr. Play 
L'sherette 




WENDY L. DAVIS 

Wendy, who plans to go to I.B.M. 
School after graduation, works part 
time in a novelty shop. Among 
Wendy 's diversified interests are bowl- 
ing, pool, archery, and dancing. 

Intramurals 10; Fashion Showll; Rid- 
ing Club 12 



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TIMOTHY de COURCY 

With a Naval career in the future, 
Timothy should do well. ..he has an 
interest in swimming and basketball... 
maintains a part-time job at a drug 
store. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 




ANN DE GREGORY 

Ann enjoys all sports and reading. 
She hopes to enter college in the fall 
and then become a teacher. 

Campus H.R. Rep. 11; F.T.A. 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 




LINDA M. DELANEY 

Linda, a friendly girl who is lots of 
fun, likes surfing... works as a nurse's 
aid. ..plans a career in foreign service 
after college at the University of Mas- 
sachusetts. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Honors 10; F.T.A. 
12; Riding Club 11; Re/lector H.R. 
Rep. 11 




ROBERT W. DELANEY 

A future as a radio broadcaster lies 
ahead for "D" after he has finished 
college.. .sports also interest him. 

Key Club 12; Intramurals 10 



DEBORAH A. DELOREY 

Always smiling... Debby is agreatfoot- 
ball fan. Swimming, basketball, danc- 
ing, and waterskiing are only a few of 
her interests. Her outgoing personal- 
is and friendliness will bring her suc- 
cess as a teacher in the Peace Corps. 

Pep Club 10; Pres. 11; Office Helper 
10; Monitor 10; Talent Show 11; 
F.N.A. 11; Campus 10 





GEORGE W. DELOREY 

Good humored and likeable, George 
works at a part-time job as well as 
participating in a variety of sports... 
his plans for the future are undecided. 

Student Activities 10; Football 10 



PATRICIA A. DELOREY 

Horseback riding, reading, and play- 
ing the piano occupy much of Pat's 
spare time. She also finds time to be 
active in the C.Y.O. group. College 
and a career as a French or Spanish 
teacher lie ahead. 

Honors 11; Paperback Book Store 
12; F.T.A. 11, 12 




JOHN F. DEMPSEY 

John enjoys all sports, especially foot- 
ball. ..he works at Bradlees in his spare 
time... dislikes homework. 




FRANCES M. DENTINO 

Frann is a volunteer worker at South 
Shore Hospital.. .enjoys basketball, 
football, sewing, cooking, and reading 
...she will combine her talents in Eng- 
lish and home economics to become a 
writer of fashion articles after college. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Fashion 
Show 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Cam- 
pus 11, 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 




GREGORY J. DEPARI 

Greg enjoys football and track in par- 
ticular. His future plans include going 
to school and then the service. 

Intramurals 10 




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CAROLE A. DE YOUNG 

Carole is an enthusiastic bowler 
an active member ol her C.Y.O. She 
plans to further her education at North- 
eastern, and then become a dental 
assistant. She now works as a cashier 
at the First National. 

Honors 10; Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
12 



MICHELLE C. DIBONA 

Mimi is a member of the Sir Thomas 
Moore Drum and Bugle Corps. Her 
favorite sports include ice skating and 
swimming. Collegiate boys are tops 
with her. She aspires to become a 
professional model after graduation. 

Teachers Convention 11; Theatre Arts 
Club 12 



DANIEL J. DIODATI 

"Dio", a future millionaire, likes 
sports, cars, and interesting nights-out. 
His pet peeves are having to wait and 
being late.. .works at Curtis Farms in 
So. Weymouth. 

Soph. Football 



DOUGLAS J. DEVINE 

Doug, who returned to Weymouth af- 
ter spending a year in Virginia, is a 
swimming and sailing enthusiast. He- 
hopes to go on to college after gradu- 
ation. 

Riding Club 12 



SANDRA L. DEWEY 

Sandy, active in her C.Y.O., likes to 
sew and bowl. She is now a clerk in 
Thayer Pharmacy . . . would like to at- 
tend a two-year business school after 
graduation. She particularly likes tall 
boys. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Theatre Arts 12; 
Honors 10; F.B.L.A. 12 





DENNIS J. DiGRAVIO 

A jovial person who is headed 
Quincy Junior College. Dennis enjoys 
swimming, bowling, and belongs to 
C. Y.O....dislikes conceited people and 
peas. ..works at Cain's Lobster House 
alter school. 



JAMES J. DISPIRITO, JR. 

James takes an interest in the drums 
and is a stand-by drummer for Surf 
Productions, the Ram Rods, and the 
Mods. When he graduates he would 
like to join the Navy and study to be- 
come an electronics technician. 

Talent Show 10; Student Council 11 



DEBORAH I.. DEVLIN 

Debbi plans an interesting career as a 
fashion buyer of Women's sportswear 
after attending a school for fashion 
merchandising. She likes Italian food 
and dislikes conceited people. 

Intramurals 10; Fashion Show 10, 11; 
F.T.A. 11; Sr. Prom Comm.; Campus 
Sales Staff 12 



HELEN F. D EW II L' RSI- 
Last summer Helen came to the United 
States from England. She loves to 
travel, and her ambition is to visit as 
many countries as possible. A versa- 
tile musician, Helen plays piano, flute, 
and violin, and likes all sports. She 
plans to continue her education at a 
college in the United States. 

Orchestra 12 



CHRISTINE DIBONA 

Christine looks forward to a career as 
a secretary... enjoys surfing, folk music, 
and football games. ..a friendly girl 
who objects to conceited people. 

Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 12; Mr. 
Chiorse's Sec't. 12 




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JAMES D. DOHERTY 

Jim, an avid swimmer, participates in 
church basketball, gymnastics, and wa- 
ter sports. ..hopes to become an engi- 
neer.. .spends his time riding his uni- 
cycle. 

Gym team 10, 11, 12; Track 11, 12; 
Reflector H.R. Rep.; Bye Bye Birdie 




PATRICK J. DOINE 

Playing pool and canoeing interest Pat. 
He likes daydreaming and sub sand- 
wiches. ..dislikes bleached blondes and 
barber shops. He aspires to become a 
printer. 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Winter 
Track 10, 11; Spring Track 10, 11; 
Open House 11, 12 




VALERIE M. DOLLOFF 

With her happv smile and personality 
to match, Val will be a successful air- 
line receptionist. She loves to sew, 
skate, and dance. Her outside activi- 
ties include membership in Rainbow. 

Mr. Ghiorse's Sec't. 10; Fashion Show 
10; High Honors 10; Shorthand Cert. 
60; Miss Toomey's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 
12 




PETER D. DONAHUE 

Pete's interests lie in C.Y.O. and sports 
...plans college and possibly graduate 
work.. .likes warm weather. 

Monitor 10; Intramurals 10; Golf 10, 
11; Honors 12 




JANE E. DONELAN 

Jane, a talented artist, also finds time 
for skiing, swimming, and working as 
a drugstore clerk. She plans a career 
in art or as an airline stewardess. 

Brigadoon; Ski Club 12 





RICHARD A. DONNELLAN 

A future auto body repairman, Richard 
dislikes people who lack understand- 
ing. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




MARGARET DONNELLY 

Maggie, who is an avid sports enthu- 
siast, enjoys sewing, music, and danc- 
ing. After school she may be found 
cashiering in Dedian's Grocery store. 
She hopes to enter some field of Home 
Economics, possibly teaching. Rude 
and noisy people peeve her. Because 
of her enthusiasm she will succeed in 
her endeavor. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 
11; Pep Club 11; Ski Club 11, 12 




MARGARET H. DONOYAX 

Friendly and sincere, Peggy is a mem- 
ber of her C.Y.O. executive board... 
enjoys art and folk music. Her future 
plans include a college education, pref- 
erably at Stonehill. 

Reflector 10; Honors 10; J.M.S.V.C. 
11, 12; Campus 11, 12; F.T.A. 12 




NANCY A. DONOVAN 

Nancy plans to attend business school, 
then become a secretary. She enjoys 
all sports, especially basketball and 
Softball... takes an active part in C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 11 




LORRAINE DOOLIN 

Friendly and talkative, Lorraine will 
be able to hold the attention of her 
future history pupils without any 
trouble. 

Student Activity 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Soph. Par'tv Comm.; F.T.A. 11, 
12; Riding Club 11; Campus 11; High 
Honors 11; Brigadoon; F.B.LA. 12; 
Reflector 12 



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PAUL J. DORMAN 

Athletically minded. ..Moose enjoys 
outdoor sports, especially football... 
he also enjoys reading good books... 
plans to enter the service alter gradua- 
tion. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10 



DAVID H. DOWD 

An avid sportsman, Dave enjoys foot- 
ball, basketball, and racing.. .likes go- 
ing to the drive-in... his future plans 
include a career in carpentry after 
service in the Marines. 





GLENN A. DOUGLAS 

A subtle humor and a quiet directness 
will lend itself usefully to any profes- 
sion that Glenn chooses to enter. ..pres- 
ently, he plans to attend college. 



Baseball 10, 11, 
12; Key Club 12 



12; Basketball 11, 



ROBERT P. DOWLING 

A future student at Bentley College, Bo 
would like to go into accounting. His 
interests lie in surfing, basketball, and 
C.Y.O. activities. His favorite expres- 
sion is "Bad Berries". 

Ski Club 11, 12 




LESLEY M. DOVVNES 

Les, a friendly cashier at Curtis Farms, 
enjoys sailing, art, ice skating, driv- 
ing, and the guitar. ..is a member of 
her Church Youth Group. ..sees a col- 
lege education in her future. 

Ski Club 11; Pep Club 12 




JOHN C. DOWNS, JR. 

John likes cars, basketball, and rec- 
ords. ..dislikes girls who weartoomuch 
makeup. He is considering furthering 
his education after he serves In the 
Navy. A part-time job at McDonald's 
occupies much of his spare time. 

Cafe. Worker 10 




CAROL A. DUARTE 

For one who hates to get up in the 
morning, Carol really has a lot of get 
up and go. She enjoys all sports, but 
her special interests lie in surfing and 
horseback riding. 

Pep Club; Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 
11, V. Pres. 12 




KAREN M. DUFF 

Karen enjoys reading, cooking, walk- 
ing, and horseback riding. Her ambi- 
tion is to be an airline hostess and she 
would like to go to school in Washing- 
ton. 

Jr. Prom Comm. 11; Bye Bye Birdie 




JAMES N. DUFFY 

"Duff" enjoys sports, particularly ten- 
nis, basketball, and hockey. ..plays bas- 
ketball for his C.Y.O. He is president 
of his C.Y.O. and holds a part-timejob 
at Globe Rubber Co. After attending a 
New England college, he wants to be- 
come a history teacher. 

Student Council 10; Football 10, 11, 
12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 
12; Key Club 12 




BONNIE A. DUNBAR 

A future hair stylist, Bonnie will attend 
a hairdressing school after graduation. 
She enjoys sewing and is a sports 
spectator. ..dislikes cliques and Mon- 
day mornings. ..she admires individu- 
als. 

Fashion Show 10; F.B.L.A. 12 



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GLENDA J. DUNCAN 

Sewing is Glenda's favorite hobby, 
swimming her favorite sport.. .she also 
enjoys tennis and dancing. She likes 
people who are frank. ..dislikes those 
who are unfriendly and late. After 
business school, Glenda would like to 
be a legal secretary. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12 



JACK W. DUNN 

Jack particularly likes basketball, foot- 
ball, boxing, and traveling. After 
graduation he plans to enter one of the 
armed services, and then go to a col- 
lege for accounting... dislikes people 
who talk, but say nothing. 

Gymnastics 10; Wrestling 11 





JAMES R. DUNLAY 

All types of sports interest Jim, but he 
enjoys track and basketball in par- 
ticular. He appreciates school spirit 
in his classmates. After graduation 
Jim will attend college. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11. 
12 



MARILYN L. DUNN 

Mai, a music lover, likes the soothing 
sounds of piano and classical music... 
but she has no time for "busy work" 
and nosey people.. .hopes to attend col- 
lege after graduation. 

Chorus 10; Honors 10; Glee Club 12 



MICHELLE L. DUNN 

Shelly, an avid fan of football and 
other sports, hopes to enter the field of 
physical therapy after completing her 
education at Northeastern University. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10; 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 





ANN M. DYMENT 

Ann plans, after graduation, to go into 
a job using her bookkeeping or secre- 
tarial skills. Among her interests are 
Softball, basketball, and swimming. 

Gymnastic Team 10; Intramurals 10; 
Fashion Show 10, 11, 12 



VERONICA A. DYSON 

Ronnie, a fun-loving girl, especially 
enjoys dancing and "lots of laughs." 
She hopes to attend Mansfield Beauty 
Academy and become a beautician. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12 




CHERYL E. EATON 

Sherrie, who after graduation plans to 
become an I.B.M. operator, is now a 
waitress for a caterer. Her favorite 
expression is "Oh! No!", and she 
dislikes people who talk about others. 

Fashion Show 10; Waitress for Teach- 
er's Convention 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Short- 
hand Certificates 60,80- 11 




RICHARD C. EATON 

Richard would like to attend Went- 
worth after he graduates. ..he likes foot- 
ball and cars, especially Chevies. ..dis- 
likes Fords. 

Honors 10, 11 




MARGARET M. EBBS 

Driving and dancing rank high on 
Peggy's list of special interests. After 
high school she plans to work as a 
secretary in a bank or law firm. 

Mr. Daly's Sec't. 12; Miss Toomev's 
Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80 




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JOHN F. EDMONDS 

Athletic and intelligent, John would 
like to become a physicist... enjoys pi- 
ano. ..works part-time at Friendly Ice 
Cream. 

Library Staff 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 
11, 12; Chem. Lab. Ass't. 11, 12; 
Campus 11, 12; Physics Lab. Ass't. 
12; Tutor 12 



DIANNE M. ELLIOTT 

Dianne, friendly and outgoing, plans 
to become an elementary teacher after 
college. An active member in C.Y.O., 
she is also an ice skating and horse- 
back-riding enthusiast. 

Paperback Bookstore 10; Riding Club 
11; F.T.A. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 





GENEVIEVE P. EGAN 

Gen, whose favorite interests are oil 
painting and swimming, takes an in- 
terest in all kinds of people. She 
would like to go to college and then 
become a teacher. 

Girl's Basketball Team 10; Science 
Club 10, 11; Riding Club 12 



LAUREN ELLS 

Lauren, a member of her church bas- 
ketball team, is the vice-president of 
her M.Y.F.... dislikes show-offs and 
leaving for school so early. 

Teachers Convention 10; Pep Club 11, 
12; Gymnastic Team 11, 12; Paper- 
back Bookstore 12; Campus 12; Brig- 
adoon 



ANNETTA I. EMERY 

Annetta enjoys horseback riding and 
painting. Her pet peeve is people who 
are never on time.. .dislikes "Batman" 
...hopes to become an English teacher. 

Debate Club 11; Paperback Bookstore 
12; Campus 12 



ROBERT W. ERICKSON 

Bob's ambition is to attend college and 
then become an accountant... dislikes 
girls who smoke. 

Chess Club 11; Kev Club 12 





LORRAINE E. EMPOLITI 

Lorraine's special interests lie in sewing 
and dancing. Her pet peeve is people 
with no school spirit. She desires to be 
a dress designer. "It isn't fair" is her 
favorite expression. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Intramurals 10; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Student Sec't. 12 



KAREN M. FAFARA 

Karen, a cheerful girl, enjoys similar 
companions. ..dislikes rainy days. She 
plans to enter a junior college to pre- 
pare for a career in fashions. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Intramurals 10 

F.B.L.A. 11; Sec't. 12; F.H.A. 11 

F.T.A. 12; Reflector 12; Chorus 12 
Shorthand Cert. 60 




MICHAEL P. FAHY 

When Mike is not talking, he's playing 
C.Y.O. basketball or racing cars. He 
would like to join the Marines or be- 
come a teacher. 

Pep Club 11, 12 




JOANNE M. FAIELLA 

Joanne, an all-around girl, enjoys art, 
swimming, and dancing. ..hopes to en- 
ter an art school, later to become a 
commercial artist. 



Pep Club 10; Glee Club 10; F.H.A. 11; 
Student Guide 11; Campus Art Staff 
12; Brigadoon; Graduation Dance 
Comm. 



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PAUL A. FAIELLA 

Paul's many interests cover a big cate- 
gory from writing to racing cars. 
While not in school, Paul may be 
found working at the Capitol. College 
lies in his future. 

Orchestra 11, 12 




JOHN J. FAIRBANKS 

John's special interests include cars, 
girls, and skiing. However, John dis- 
likes the office bench. ..his pet peeve is 
going to detention. His favorite ex- 
pression, "We got to get out of this 
place," may apply to school, but John 
hopes to further his education at East 
Coast Aero-Tech. 



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LINDA L. FARRIN 

Linda, who moved to Weymouth from 
Boyertown, Pennsylvania, likes to 
sing, read, and participate in almost 
all sports. She is active in many or- 
ganizations in her church. After grad- 
uation from high school, she plans to 
continue her education at college. Her 
pet peeve — pokey drivers. 

J.M.S.V.C. 12; Brigadoon 12; Chorus 
12 




CLARK J. FEELEY 

An active member in DeMolay, Clark 
enjoys golf, skiing, and painting. His 
love of a smile will help him to be a 
friendly, and courteous Hotel Man- 
ager. 




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JANE M. FERGUSON 

Jane.. .pert and pretty, is gifted with a 
beautiful voice.. .loves dancing, sewing, 
and art. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Talent Show 10, 
11; Glee Club 11, 12; Bye Bye Birdie; 
Exchange Concert 11, 12; New Eng- 
land Solo & Ensemble Festival 11, 12; 
Weymouth Solo & Ensemble Festival 
11; Brigadoon; J.M.S.V.C. 12; The- 
atre Arts Club 12- 





JACOJJLYNN FERRANTE 

Jackie likes summer, winter, and sports 
of all kinds. ..likes free thinking and 
friendly people.. .hopes to attend a busi- 
ness college and then enter the field of 
art. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Riding Club 11, 
12; Public Speaking 10; Campus 11, 
12; F.B.L.A. 12 




JOANNE FERRIS I 

Pert Joanne plans on a business career 
...enjoys music and sports. 

Chorus 10; Intramurals 10; Riding 
Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




JOSEPH G. FERRISI 

Joe.. .quiet and interested in sports... 
spends his time running around Wev- 
mouth streets for track. He hopes to 
be a history teacher and attend a 
school close to home. 

Language Assemblv 10; Winter Track 
11, 12; Spring Track 12 





THOMAS E. FILLINGIM 

"Feep", who came from Archie's to 
join W.H.S. for his senior year, plays 
in "The Dimensions".. .likes sleep, 
girls who thumb, convertibles, and his 
cafeteria table. 




PAMELA J. FLETCHER 

Pam's special interests lie in horseback 
riding and Italian food. She would 
like to go to college and become a 
nutritionist. 

F.H.A. 12 



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MICHAEL R. FOLEY 

Mike works at the South Shore Vet- 
erinary Associates. ..would like to at- 
tend college to become a marine biol- 
ogist, or join the Navy. 



JONATHAN N. FOREST 

Jon. ..especially interested in music... 
plays the trumpet in the school band 
and the brass guitar in his own rhythm 
and blues group. He plans to prepare 
for a career in chemical engineering at 
West Point. His other interests include 
cars, C.Y.O., and basketball. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10; Intra- 
murals 10; Campus Sales Staff 11, 12; 
Honors 10, 11; Debate Club 11 




DAVID A. FORD 

Dave enjoys stamp collecting and par- 
ticipating in sports... likes to read sci- 
ence fiction. ..he hopes to become an 
engineer or draftsman. 

Intramurals 10 



CHERYL A. FOSTER 

Cheri... sweet and attractive, likes about 
everything. ..finds her future in model- 
ing or office work. ..hopes to attend 
John Robert Powers. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Campus 
Jr. Sales Staff 





GEORGE W. FOSTER 

George, whose interests outside of 
school include most sports, plans to 
enlist in the Navy after graduation and 
later attend college. 




JOANNE FOW LER 

A quiet, pleasant girl, Joanne's plans 
are at present uncertain. 




BILL C. FRANK 

"Little John", who likes to draw and 
paint, is annoyed by coming home 
early and nosey people... contemplates 
a career in the Navy. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Lunch Duty 
11, 12 




DOUGLAS E. FRANKLIN 

Active in the Explorers and his Pilgrim 
Fellowship, Doug enjoys mountain- 
climbing and is now studying for his 
amateur radio operator's license. 
Hopefully he will be entering Cornell 
University. 

Key Club 11, Secretary 12; Debating 
Club 11, 12; Outdoor Club 11, 12, 
Treas. 12; Jr. Usher 11; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; Honors 10, 11 




GREGORY H. FROST 

A renowned French scholar, Greg plans 
to attend college after graduation. 
Among his many varied interests are 
baseball and pool. 

Language Assembly 10; Monitor 10; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 




NANCY L. FULTON 

Nancy, who admires creativity and 
sincerity, enjoys spending her time 
painting and writing poetry. Interested 
in both art and literature, Nancy will 
continue her studies in college. 

Paperback Bookstore 10; Reflector 10, 
11, Art Staff 12; Theater Arts Club 11; 
Pep Club 11; Brigadoon; Sr. H.R. 
Treas.; Ski Club 12 



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L. CHARLENE FURLONG 

Charli, an active member of Rainbow, 
plans to become a secretary or hair- 
dresser after graduation. Her main 
interests lie in dancing and tennis. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand Tutor 12; 
Miss Johnson's Sec't. 12; Sr. Play 
Usherette 




SUSAN J. GAGE 

Sue, who enjoys football and basket- 
ball games, plans to attend North- 
eastern in the fall. When she is not 
skiing or bowling, Sue may be seen 
as a cashier at G.E.M. in Hingham. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Office Worker 10; 
Talent Show 10; Paperback Book- 
store 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 




TERESA M. GAGLIOLO 

Becoming an airline stewardess lies 
ahead for Terre. She enjoys dancing 
and watching football and basketball 
games. Pens that skip when she is 
writing shorthand annoy her. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; High Honors 
10; Honors 11; F.B.L.A. 11, Treas. 
12; Tutor 11, 12; Sec't. to Mr. West 
12; Campus 12 




CAROLE M. GALE 

Carole hopes to become a medical 
secretary. She enjoys sewing and 
swimming in her spare time. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Style Show 10; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; Tutor 
11, 12; Miss Flaherty's Sec't. 12; Hon- 
ors 10, 11 



LINDA GARAFFO 

Linda is most impressed by polite, well- 
mannered young men. ..is very interest- 
ed in becoming an airline reservation- 
ist...may be found doing any of the 
popular dances. 

Foreign Language Assembly 10; Stu- 
dent Activity Comm. 10; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Riding Club 11; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11; Cap 
and Gown Comm.; Brigadoon; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 





PAUL L. GAUGHEN 

Paul, a sports enthusiast, enjoys all 
winter sports and bowling. He also 
likes to read, and is actively concerned 
with American politics. Like many 
students, his pet peeve is excessive 
homework. 

Foreign Language Ass't. 10: Ski Club 
11; Riding Club 11; Campus 11, 12; 
Language Lab Ass't. 12 



JANET E. GAULD 

Janet's future plans include college, 
then becoming a high school English 
teacher... enjoys autumn and taking 
walks. ..dislikes hypocritical people. 

Office Worker 10; Paperback Book- 
store 10; Dramatics Club 10; Soph. 
Play; F.T.A. 12; Theatre Arts Club 11, 
12; Brigadoon 



NOEL GELO 

Noel, who enjoys sewing, is a member 
of Jordan Marsh's Creative Fashion 
Council. After attending college, she 
hopes to be a social worker. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, F.H.A. 11, 12 





PAULA W. GEEVER 

Friendly and cheerful, Geeve's main 
ambition is to be happy. ..likes playing 
the guitar, water-skiing, playing bad- 
minton, and traveling. ..She plans to 
major in psychology at college. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Pep Club 11; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Campus Bookkeeper 12 



RICHARD A. GERBRANDS 

A crack shot. Rick is a great hunter. 
To be a sheet metal worker is his am- 
bition after graduation. 




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ROBERT B. GERSTEL 

Robert plans to go on active duty in 
the Navy after graduation. Yets and 
blondes occupy much of his free time 
...he likes Ramblers, but dislikes Fords. 

Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12 



JOSEPH R. GEYER 

Joe's time after school is taken up by 
working at the Star Market in Quincy. 
He is especially interested in religions. 





RL'SSELL E. GETTEMY 

Horseback riding and drag strips are 
some of Russ' likes. ..dislikes slow cars 
and speed traps. ..his special interests 
are skiing and hunting. 



TERESA M. GIACOMOZZI 

Terri... always found dabbling with 
paints in the art room. ..loves to sleep 
and hates conformitv...she can be 
found working behind the counter at 
Lizben Pharmacy. ..plans to see as 
much of the world as possible. 

Chorus 10. 11: A Y Club 10. 11: Glee 
Club 11: Bye Bye Birdie,- Campus 
Sales Staff 1 1 : Brigadoon 



DIANE J. GIBSON 

Diane would like to be a medical sec- 
retary... hopes to attend Burden Busi- 
ness College. Her special interests lie 
in sewing, dancing, and collecting rec- 
ords. She likes people and crowds, 
but dislikes Mondays. 

A Y. Club 10; F.B.LA. 11. 12; Pep 
Club 11. 12; Mr. Swanson s Sec t. 12 




LOIS M. GIFFORD 

Lois hopes to attend Mansfield Beauty 
Academy. ..dislikes snobby people. 

Fashion Show 1 1 



JOAN A. GILBERT 

Popular and winy. Joan looks back 
pleasantly upon her year in Japan. 




CHESTER A. GILLIS 

"Chetta" likes most girls, sailing, ski- 
ing, and football... anticipates a B.A. 
from college. 

Ski 11. 12: Pep Club 11, 12 




ERNEST A. GILLIS 

Ernie.. .full of jokes and always smiling 
...works part-time at VYilbar's as a 
salesman. ..after graduation he hopes 
to go into drafting. 




RODERICK C. GILLIS 

Rod has plans to become a govern- 
ment biologist after attending college 
and doing graduate work.. .his pet 
peeve is getting assigned a term's work 
at one time. 

Dramatic Club 10: Spectrum 10: Jr. 
Conservation Comm. 11. 12: Jr. Cam- 
pus Sales Staff 11: Sr. Nom. Comm. 




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THOMAS M. GILLIS 

Tom, interested in drag races and the 
latest cars, hopes to attend East Coast 
Aero Tech. and become an airplane 
mechanic. .hates gym. 

Open House 12 




W. JAMES GINGROW 

Jolly Wally cashiers at the First Na- 
tional.. .plans college after graduation. 



ROBERT F. GLYNN 

Bob. ..likes to have a good time, active 
in C.Y.O., Drum and Bugle Corps, 
football, and basketball. Northeastern 
University lies ahead for the future, 
and then to become a mechanical en- 
gineer. 

Chem. Lab Ass t. 11, 12 




ROSS J. GLYNN 

Interested by most sports, Rosco can 
alwavs be found either on the football 
field or in the hockey rink. 




DAVID R. GOMER 

Surfing, playing thedrums, and""Mon- 
opoly" are a few of Dave s many in- 
terests. Shy people and drivers who 
don't use directionals annoy him... 
plans to attend college and become an 
industrial and mechanical engineer. 





JOHN A. GOODWIN 

Goody's interests include basketball, 
chess, and watching television. ..hopes 
to become a building contractor. 




ROBERT A. GOODWIN 

Robert, who can be found at all the 
football games, has no definite plans 
beyond graduation. ..dislikes tests. 



STEPHEN E. GOODWIN 

Steve, an enthusiastic bowler and ten- 
nis plaver, works part-time at Mac- 
Donald's. After graduation he wants 
to attend college and become either a 
salesman or an electronic computor 
technician. ..his pet peeve is having to 
show the bus driver a ticket every day. 

Reflector Staff 12 



JACQUELINE E. GORMAN 

Jackie loves fast sport cars, fast music, 
and bikes. Her pet peeve is too much 
homework.. .her ambition is to work 
for the Federal Government, preferably 
at the South Weymouth Naval Air 
Station. 




JUDITH M. GOUD 

Judy is very interested in sports and 
participates in basketball and Softball 
in her C.Y.O....She would like to go to 
L*. Mass. to studv nursing. 



A Y. Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; 
Riding Club 11; Student Teacher 12 



Orchestra 11; Ski Club 11: Campus 
Staff 12; Language Lab Ass't. 12 



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MICHAEL GOULD 

A future Marine, Mike works as a 
printer. ..lie particularly likes Chevies. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




WALTER J. COWEY 

Walter, a sports enthusiast, enjoys 
basketball and swimming.. .a DeMolay 
officer and President of his Youth Fel- 
lowship. ..hopes to attend Northeastern 
and become a history teacher. 



KATHLEEN M. GRAFF 

Kathy, who will one day be a nurse, 
works at the John Scott Nursing Home 
as a nurse's aid. ..hopes to attend St. 
Vincent's School of Nursing after grad- 
uation. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
F.N. A. 12 




CONSTANCE GRAHAM 

Connie, a very busy girl, can be found 
working as a waitress at the Chef's 
Hat or as a volunteer at the Quincy 
City Hospital. ..she is interested in 
sports analysis and radio broadcast- 
ing.. .hopes to attend Emerson College 
and work in the speech field. 




SCOTT W. GRAHAM 

Especially interested in swimming, 
skin-diving, and skiing, Scott also finds 
time for a part-time job. He hopes to 
become financially successful. 




KAREN J. GRANT 

Karen, a cashier at Bradlee's, enjoys 
dancing at the Surf. In the future she 
hopes to attend college and then enter 
the medical field. 

Pep Club 10; Ski Club 12; Jr. Prom 
Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 




JOHN D. GRAY 

John is fascinated by fast cars and 
auto rallies. ..enjoys skiing and foot- 
ball. A member of DeMolay, he would 
like to become an automotive engineer 
after college. 

Football 10; Intramurals 10; Ski Club 
11, 12; Riding Club 11, 12 




MICHAEL J. GRAY 

Mike... interested in skin-diving, ski- 
ing, and sports car rallies. He hopes 
to become a bio-chemist or marine 
biologist after college at U. Mass. or 
Florida Presbyterian. 

Intramurals 10; Band 10, 11; Orches- 
tra 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Riding Club 12 




NANCY M. GREENE 

Nance enjoys music, plays, and dances 
...likes open-minded people but dislikes 
optimists. ..works in an orphanage in 
New Brunswick. College in Canada 
lies in her future. 

Foreign Language Assembly 10; The- 
atre Arts Club 11; Pep Club 11; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 




BARRY D. GREENER 

Barry who participates in all sports, 
has a lively sense of humor. His un- 
dying patience makes his future look 
bright as a teacher-coach. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 
12; Baseball 10, 11, 12 




BRIAN L. GREENER 

Bri., easy-going and quiet, enjoys all 
sports from golf to tennis. His future 
looks bright after graduation from 
college. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10, 
12; Baseball 10, 11, 12 



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ANN M. GREENWOOD 

Ann. ..pert and perky dislikes school 
and homework. ..you can find her be- 
hind a counter in Sears. Ann plans 
to travel around the world and then 
get married. 

Pep Club 10 




LESLIE C. GREER 

Lee.. .after working hours at Remick's 
she does a little horseback riding. She 
likes people that are fun to be with... 
modeling has become her ambition. 

Pep Club 10; Glee Club 10, 11; Riding 
Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Majorette 




STEVEN D. GREER 

Steve would like to own a sharp steer- 
ing sports car some day . he desires 
to be a technical draftsman and plans 
to attend drafting school at General 
Dynamics. 



PAUL R. GRENIER 

Paul, a coin collector, also enjoys 
sports and eating.. .dislikes people who 
are late. After graduation he plans to 
attend a school of business, then be- 
come an accountant. We hope that 
"that's the way it goes" for Paul. 

Intramurals 10; Honors 11 





ELEANORE M. GRIFFIN 

Secretary of her C.Y.O., "Sis" enjoys 
dancing and basketball. ..snobby peo- 
ple annoy her.. .future ambition is to 
become a secretary... in her spare time 
she works as a cashier in the First 
National in Braintree. 



RONALD K. GROGAN 

Ronny enjoys aviation and boating. 
He works part-time at Durrell Elec- 
tronics. In the future he hopes to at- 
tend Wentworth. 

Honors 10, 11 




CAROLANN GULLICKSEN 

Ice skating and sewing fill up most of 
Carolann's time.. .dislikes snobbish 
people.. .she plans a secretarial career. 




CAROL J. HAAS 

Horizon Club and sewing keep Carol 
busy. ..She hopes for a successful and 
happy life. 

Fashion Show 10; Shorthand Cert. 60; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Campbell's Sec't. 12; 
Honors 10, 11; Sr. H.R. Treas. 




DAVID G. HAAS 

Dave likes having fun. ..his hobbv is 
race cars. ..he can be found at Kemp's 
in South Boston as an assistant man- 
ager. Dave hopes to enter college 
and someday improve the automobile. 

Band 10 




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RONALD A. HAGAR 

Ronnie, sportsman and car enthusiast, 
hopes to attend night school and later 
become a history teacher.. .dislikes wo- 
men drivers. 

Chorus 10, 11; Bye Bye Birdie 




NANCY C. HAGGETT 

Nance likes swimming, skiing, roller- 
skating, and friendly and humorous 
people.. .dislikes looking young... 
aspires to work for the airlines. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 10; Chorus 10; Intramurals 10 




CYNTHIA L. HALL 

Quiet and considerate, Cindy wishes 
to work in an animal hospital. ..enjoys 
swimming and horseback riding. 

Pep Club 10. 11 



FAY M. HAMBLIN 

Sis enjoys summer and the beach, also 
sewing. ..dislikes insincere people and 
her pet peeve is Monday mornings... 
hopes to enter nursing school after 
graduation, and some day to visit 
Europe. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11; Campus 11, 12; Fash- 
ion Show 11; Pep Club 11; F.N.A. 12; 
French Tutor 12 





W ILLIAM G. HALL 

Working at Weymouth Colonial Mo- 
tors as an auto body man, Bill is gain- 
ing valuable experience that will enable 
him to own his own shop one day. 
His plans for the future include a post- 
graduate course or the Air Force. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



DOUGLAS E. HAMLIN 

Douglas, who can be found camping 
and fishing, hopes to join the Navy or 
go to night school. His ambitions cen- 
ter on majoring in offset lithography 
colorwork... dislikes egotists. 



JAMES M. HANEY 

Mark likes sports, particularly basket- 
ball, football, and baseball. His future 
plans are uncertain. 

Track 10, 11; Baseball 10; Pep Club 
10, 11, 12 




MARY F. HANIFAN 

Mary enjoys dancing and sports... 
works part-time as a salesgirl. ..plans 
to become a beautician. 

Pep Club 10, 11; D.E.C.A. 12 




DAVID R. HANKARD 

David enjoys hiking in his spare time 
and is a member of Order of St. Vincent 
and Episcopal Young Churchmen. Af- 
ter high school he plans to major in 
civil engineering at Northeastern. 

Outdoor Club 12 




DOROTHY A. HANLEY 

Dottie takes an interest in swimming 
and skating. Her likes range from 
boys to sports cars... her ambition is 
to go to business school and then be- 
come a secretary. 

Mrs. Wheeler's Sec't. 12 




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PATRICIA M. HAXXAX 

*'Pat" enjoys attending all football and 
basketball games... she would like to go 
to U. Mass. and then become a social 
worker. 

Glee Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11; 
Ski Club 11,12; Campus 12 




MARGARET R. HAXXIFAX 

Marge, a salesgirl at Whitey's Home 
Bakery, hopes to find her future in the 
hairdressing field. 

Cafe. Worker 10, 11, 12; Guidance 
Office Worker 10 




KEXXETH B. HAXSSEX 

Ken, who likes horseback riding, all 
types of skiing, and people with a good 
sense of humor, plans to become a 
teacher after college at either Xorth- 
eastern or Plymouth State. 

Band 10, 11; Dramatic Club 10; 
F.T.A. 11, 12: Conservation Club 12 




SHAROX M. HARDIXG 

"Little Penrod" loves pizza. ..hates spi- 
ders. ..can be found working part-time 
at the Colonial Pharmacy. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Advertising Comm. 
12; Fashion Show 11 




DOXALD M. HARRAGHY 

Gunther loves participating in sports 
and watching them on T.V. He hopes 
to attend Xortheastern University in 
the fall, and plans a career in op- 
tometry. 

Intramurals 10; Monitor 10; Football 
Mangr. 10, 11, 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





DOXXA M. HARRAGHY 

Playing miniature golf, swimming, and 
attending football games are all at- 
tractive to Donna. She should be a 
sure success as a hairdresser after at- 
tending Mansfield Beauty Academy. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11. 12; Campus 
Sales Staff 11; Riding Club 12 




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EDWARD J. HARRIXGTOX 

When he isn't working at the Grass 
Instruments Co., Ed is at the beach 
surfing. After graduation he will at- 
tend a technical school. 




GAIL A. HARRIXGTOX 

Gail enjovs all tvpes of sports and 
would like to attend Bridgewater State 
College and become a physical educa- 
tion teacher. She is a member of Rain- 
bow and participates in many of its 
activities. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 11; Glee 
Club 11, 12; Serendipity Folk Festival 
11; Chorus 12; F.T.A! 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 




JAMES M. HARRIXGTOX 

Popular Jim plans to further his educa- 
tion at college. 




MARGARET M. HARRIXGTOX 

Petite and attractive Margaret is known 
for her sincere smile. Although swim- 
ming is her favorite, she enjoys many 
other sports. Her fondness for children 
will make her a good elementary 
school teacher. 

Fashion Show 10; Student Activity 10; 
Riding Club 11; Ski Club 12; Campus 
12; F.T.A. 12 



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DEBORAH HARTSHORN 

Debbie is a folk music enthusiast and 
also enjoys Rainbow, church fellow- 
ship, and teaching guitar lessons. She 
hopes to go to college and then become 
a French teacher. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; FT. A. 11; 
Treas. 12; Campus Sales Staff 1 1, 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 
12; High Honors 10; Honors 11 




ELISE H. HASKELL 

Lisa enjoys all types of sports and 
sewing. She also plays the organ for 
her C.Y.O. church group. Business 
school and a job as a legal secretary 
are in her future. 

Pep Club 10; Orchestra 11, 12; Reflec- 
tor Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




JOHN A. HASSAN 

John plans to attend college after grad- 
uation but is undecided about his lield. 
He especially likes good-looking girls 
and dislikes two-faced people. 

Football 10; Basketball 10, 11, 12; 
Intramurals 10; Golf 11; Pep Club 11, 
12; Key Club 12; Spanish Tutor 12 




BARBARA J. HAWES 

Friendly Barb loves sports and music. 
A future Worthy Advisor of Rainbow, 
she is also an active member of her 
church. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 
12; Office Worker 10; Bye Bye Birdie; 
Talent Show 10; Soph. Play 




THOMAS N. HAY 

Tommy is an avid participant in 
C.Y.O. hockey. Among his prime in- 
terests are folk music and ice skating... 
he is peeved by women drivers. 




ELIZABETH M. HAYES 

Among Liz's special interests are danc- 
ing, sewing and skating. After gradua- 
tion she would like to go to I.B.M. 
School and later work with I.B.M. 
machines. 

Glee Club 10; F.B.L.A. 12 




LINDA M. HAYES 

When Lin isn't working as a salesgirl 
at Gilchrist's, she enjoys sewing her 
own clothes. ..dislikes conceited people 
...hopes to become a secretary after 
graduation. 




PAMELA M. HAYNES 

Pam is an active member of Rainbow 
and also teaches Sunday School. She 
enjoys bowling, swimming, dancing, 
and skating. After graduation she 
plans to attend business college and 
become a secretary. 

Pep Club 12 




BRUCE R. HENDERSON 

Bruce, whose main interests are girls, 
dancing, and art, plans to enter col- 
lege to become either a civil engineer 
or commercial artist. Presently he is 
employed at Armand's Sea Foods as 
a cook. 

Basketball 10, 11; Art Decoration 
Comm. 10; Track 11; Sr. Prom 
Comm.; Stage Crew, Brigadoon 




NORMAN M. HENRY 

Norm, interested in all sports, builds 
model cars and plays the guitar... 
hopes to take a post-graduate course 
and later become a cabinet maker... 
dislikes people who don't cooperate. 

A.V. Club 10, 11, 12; Student Gov't. 
10, 11, 12; Open House 11 



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E. JANETTE HENSON 

When Jan isn't working as a cashier 
at Mammoth Mart, she likes to read. 
She hopes to continue her education at 
a junior college and become a legal 
secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 12 




LINDA J. HERMAN 

Lynn spends most of her time partici- 
pating in Rainbow activities. She 
would like to attend Peter Bent Brig- 
ham School of Nursing after gradua- 
tion. 

Student Activity 10; Band 10, 11, 12; 
Fashion Show 10; Soph. Partv Comm.; 
F.N. A. 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12 




DONALD L. H ETH ERINGTON 

Always friendly... Don is a past Master 
Councilor of DeMolay...can be found 
working in his spare time.. .after grad- 
uation, Don would like to go tocollege 
and become a chemist. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Electronics Club 
10; Jr. Party Comm. 



KENNETH P. HICKSON 

Ken, an active member of DeMolay, 
enjoys bowling, pool, and tennis... 
hopes to become a chemist after attend- 
ing Lowell Technological Institute. 

Intramurals 10; Sr. Norn. Comm.; 
Tutor 11 



HELEN M. HIGGINS 

"Van Go".. .loves pizza but can do 
without breakfast. ..active in school ac- 
tivities and an assistant at Tufts Li- 
brary. ..she plans to go on to St. Eliza- 
beth's School of Nursing to prepare 
for a career as a nurse. 

F.N.A. 10, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Ski Club 12; Jr. Partv Comm.; Campus 
11, 12 





FREDERICK J. HILL, JR. 

Fred is a friendly person who enjoys 
sports. He can often be seen up at 
"Charlie's." 



MARY L. HINDS 

Marv is a fun-loving girl who enjoys 
all sports. Her future plans include 
college, and then a career as a teacher. 

Math Club 10. 11. 12; Science Club 
10; F.T.A. 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep 
Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Honors 10; 
High Honors 11 




DONNA L. HOCHSTRASSER 

Rainbow is one of Donna's many spe- 
cial interests. After graduation she 
hopes to attend business college and 
become a bookkeeper. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11, 12; Teach- 
er's Ass't. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 12 




GAIL A. HODGDON 

Gail is active in her church fellowship 
and a variety of sports. She plans a 
career as a nurse. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.N.A. 10, 11, 
Sec't.-Treas. 12; Glee Club 11, 12; 
French Tutor 12; H.R. Treas. 12 




MAURA A. HOEY 

Maura, a lively girl who loves outdoor 
sports, dislikes cliques. She has a 
part-time job as a salesgirl but as yet 
is not decided about her future. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12 




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MARCIA J. HOLBROOK 

Marcia likes anything new and differ- 
ent. ..riding, sketching, and listening to 
Paul Butterfield's Blues Band also in- 
terest her.. .She works as a part-time 
model and aspires to travel around the 
world. 

Dramatics Club 10; One-Act Play 10; 
Theatre Arts 11, 12; Brigadoon 




DORIS A. HOLDEN 

Doris, an active member of Rainbow, 
spends her leisure time water-skiing 
and horseback riding. She also works 
as a cashier at the First National. Her 
future plans include attending business 
school and becoming a secretary. 



MICHAEL A. HOLDEN 

All outdoor sports interest Mike. He 
hopes to obtain an apprenticeship in 
the sheet metal trade.. . likes sportsmind- 
ed girls. 

Basketball 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12; 
Cross Countrv 11; Winter Track 11; 
Office Duty 11, 12 




HEATHER HOLLIDGE 

Heather enjoys skiing, horseback rid- 
ing, and water skiing. ..likes friendly 
people.. .she hopes to become a nurse. 

Pep Club 12; F.H.A. 12; Campus 12 




DONALD C. HOLZWORTH 

Don is active in his church youth 
group and enjoys hunting, boating, 
water skiing, and hockey. He would 
like to attend Wentworth Institute to 
train as an architectural engineer. 

Honors 10 




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DIANNE W. HOPKINS 

Dee hopes to study at U. Mass to be- 
come a physical education teacher. 
Her varied interests include cooking 
and reading, as well as swimming and 
dancing.. .she hates cliques. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Chorus 10; Glee Club 11; Bye Bye 
Birdie 




RUSSELL J. HOTTE 

Russ plans to join the service after 
graduation and later hopes to work in 
electronics. He now works at Grass 
Instrument, assembling electronic 
equipment. In his free time he plays 
the rhythm guitar with his group or 
draws cartoons. 




ERIKA R. HOUGHTON 

Ricka enjoys swimming and dancing 
at the Surf.. .likes friendly people who 
like to laugh. She plans to go to a 
junior college after graduation. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 12 




BERNARD E. HOVESTADT 

Bernard, a future car designer, enjoys 
studying art as well as building and 
racing cars. 




RICHARD W. HOWE 

Good food, Wednesday night band 
drills and weather instruments make 
up Rick's likes along with exciting 
basketball games. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Basketball Manager 
11, 12; Key Club 12 



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RAYMOND W. HUBBARD 

Hub is an avid rifleman and hunter. 
He is gaining valuable experience for 
a sales career by working part-time 
at Pray's Furniture. 



EUGENE B. HL LTMAX 

Brad, as a scuba diver, enjoys explor- 
ing the ocean's floor. His sharp wit 
and good sense of humor will be a 
valuable asset to him when he attends 
Bryant & Slratton and then ventures 
into the business world. 




BETSEY L. HUNTER 

Betsey wants to teach Phys. Ed. She 
works in a sub shop. ..likes reading 
and all athletics. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Reflector \2 




LESLIE E. HUNTER 

Happy and full of fun..."Les" plans 
to become an airline stewardess after 
graduation. ..she also finds pleasure 
watching sports, skiing, and reading. 

Intramurals 10; Talent Show 10; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; Jr. Prom Comm. 
11; F.B.LA. 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Mr. 
Cleaves' Sec 't. 12; Campus 12 




RONALD HUNTER 

Ron enjoys all sports from archery to 
track. His fine personality will surely 
make him successful in his career as 
an engineer. 

Cross Countrv 10, 11; Winter Track 
10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; 
Talent Show 11; Jr. Usher; Pep Club 
11; Student Council 11, 12; Sr. Class 
V. Pres.; Monitor 10, 11, 12 





DENNIS P. HURLEY 

Dennis, who plays in a rhythm and 
blues band, also enjoys popular music 
and especially guitars. He would like 
to go to school and major in art. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11, 
12; Reflector Art Staff 11, 12 




DREW D. HYNES 

Drew likes blondes, swimming, bowl- 
ing, football, and art. After gradua- 
tion he plans to attend Arcadia L'ni- 
versity in Canada and major in eco- 
nomics. 

Dramatic Club 10, 12; Campus 11, 
12; Brigadoon; Chorus 12; Pep Club 
12 




PHILIP J. IACOBACCI 

Phil, a sports enthusiast, admires hon- 
esty in people.. .hopes to attend North- 
eastern and become a civil engineer. 

Honors 10, 11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Morning Announcements 10; Bye Bye 
Birdie; Brigadoon 




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DAVID W. IMRIE 

Dave's special interests include playing 
pool and watching spectator sports. 
He hopes to become a top-notch press- 
man in the future. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 




JIM L. INGRAM 

Jim takes an interest in camping, water 
sports, and boating. Hedislikes home- 
work. ..would like to become a doctor. 

Chorus 10, 11; Bye Bye Birdie; Out- 
door Club, V. Pres. 12 



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PAULINE M. IZDEBSKI 

Izzv, musically inclined and talkative, 
likes everyone.. .disrespectful people 
and dull people annoy her. She plans 
a career in music. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11,12; 
Reflector 10, 11, Treas. 12; MathCluh 
11, Sec't.-Treas. 12; Bye Bye Birdie; 
Brigadoon; N.M.S.QT. Finalist 




JANICE M. JACKA 

Jan, active in many school organiza- 
tions, hopes to go on to college and 
become a teacher. She enjoys attend- 
ing all football and basketball games. 
People with no school spirit annoy her. 

Language Assembly 10; Intramurals 
10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N.A. 10; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; 
Ski Club 12; Theatre Arts Club 12; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 




ANDREA G. JACOBSON 

In her spare time Jake works in the 
Dietary Department at South Shore 
Hospital. She hopes to attend Aquinas 
in the fall, and then become a medical 
secretary. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10; Student Council 10,11, 
12; Sr. Class Treas.; Fashion Show 
10; Pep Club 11, 12; Cheerleader 11, 
12. Monitor 10, 12 




ANN M. JACOBY 

A friendly girl, Ann likes being with 
people. She spends her free time either 
walking, bowling or sewing. Her fu- 
ture plans include attending school for 
training as a bookkeeper. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 



RONALD J. JAMIESON 

When Ronnie is not working at Valle's 
Restaurant, he takes a special interest 
in baseball, football, and basketball. 
After graduation he plans to go into 
college. 

Intramurals 10; Monitor 10; Tutor 
11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Winter Track 
11; Key Club 12; Campus 12 





KATHRYN A. JARYIS 

Kathy, a future accountant, hopes to 
attend business school. She enjoys 
music, sports, reading, dancing, and 
horseback riding. 



KENNETH M. JARYIS 

Kenny is a quiet and personableboy... 
he likes cars and works as a mechanic. 




ROBERT C. JOHANSEN 

A N. M.S.Q.T. semi-finalist, Bob likes 
open-minded people... hopes to major 
in oriental languages, philosophy, and 
literature in college. 

Paperback Bookstore 10; J.M.S.Y.C. 
11, 12; Jr. Conservation Comm. 11, 
12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Theatre Arts Club 
11, 12; Outdoors Club 11; Jr. Usher 
11; Reflector 12; Library Ass't. 12; 
Brigadoon 




DONALD JOHNSON 

Donald, whose special interests are 
pool, cars, and drag races, hopes to 
be a diesel mechanic or own a repair 
station. He dislikes "Chevies." 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




EDWARD H. JOHNSON 

After graduation, Ted would like to 
go into computer work. He likes a 
nice "57" Chevy. ..dislikes Fords and 
Dodges. 

Chorus 1 1 




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MARY E. JOHNSON 

Sewing, swimming, and skating are 
Mary's special interests... she likes 
friendly people and dislikes boys with 
bangs. She would like to attend a 
business college and become a legal 
secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11 




CECELIA M. KALIL 

"Sissy" would like to attend Mansfield 
Hairdressing School and become a 
hair stylist.. .she dislikes people who 
think they are better than everyone 
else. 

Student Council 10; Pep Club 10; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




W ILLIAM R. KEARNEY 

Billy, talented in hockey and football, 
plans to enter the Navy and to attend 
pipefitter's school. 

Hockey 10, 11; Open House 10, 11 




JANET M. KEATING 

Cute and lively, Janet's special interests 
are skiing and football. She is unde- 
cided in her future plans but is sure to 
strike success in whatever field she 
chooses. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 
Alt. 10; Jr. Party Comm. 11; Ski Club 
12; Cap and Gown Comm.; Talent 
Show 12; Cheerleader 11, 12; Briga- 
doon 12 



JANET M. KEEFE 

Janet likes bowling, horseback riding, 
swimming, and all sports. She espe- 
cially enjoys having a good time... 
would like to go to business college 
and become a secretary. 

F.N.A. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Rid- 
ing Club 11; F.B.L.A.; Ski Club 12 





DANIEL J. KEEGAN 

Danny, who works at Reliable Fence 
Company, in his spare time enjoys 
hockey, football, motorcycles, and 
cars. 

Golf 10 



MARTHA E. KEILEY 

Martie, an active member ofherC.Y.O. 
and a volunteer at the South Shore 
Hospital, plans to become a licensed 
practical nurse after graduation. She 
also enjoys sewing and dancing at the 
Surf. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10; 
Glee Club 11, 12; Riding Club 11; 
F.N.A. 12 




DENNIS M. KELLEY 

After studying at Northeastern, Kell 
would like to become a dentist. He 
enjovs all sports and is active in 
C.Y.O. 

Indoor Tennis Club 11; Chess Club 
11; Tennis 11, 12 




EDMUND H. KELLEY 

Eddie, whose special interests are in 
cars and pool, works as a carpenter. 
He dislikes English and getting up 
early in the moring. 

Open House 11 




BARBARA M. KELLY 

Barbara, an active member of C.Y.O., 
is a waitress at the Pilgrim Luncheon- 
ette. Her future plans are to attend a 
teachers college.. .dislikes homework. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; Sr. Play Usherette 




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RICHARD T. KELLY 

Dick, quiet but always on the go, can 
be found shooting on the basketball 
court, playing guitar in a popular 
band, or working at the Weymouth 
Drive-in... likes the Rolling Stones and 
all sports. He hopes to attend a local 
college. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Key Club 
Treas. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Pep 
Club 11 




THOMAS R. KELLY 

Tom, an active member in the Drum 
and Bugle Corps, intends to enlist in 
the Army, but has no definite plans 
for a career. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



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GEORGE M. KELSCH 

George, who likes both football and 
cars, plans to enter Bentley College 
after graduation. He is presently em- 
ployed at Sears in Quincy. 

Football 10; Book Fair 10; Soph. Party 
Comm. 10; Opening Exercise 11; Cap 
and Gown Comm.; Wrestling Team 12 




CARL F. KELSO 

Carl, who is interested in hockey, base- 
ball, and football, also enjoys custom- 
izing model cars. His one great dislike 
is people who think they are it! Carl 
hopes to enter the field of cabinet mak- 
ing. 

Open House 11 




RUSSELL H. KENT 

Russ enjoys working on cars and drag 
racing... likes Chryslers especially. Af- 
ter graduation, he hopes to continue his 
education. 

Open House 10, 12 





MICHAEL A. KEOHANE 

Mike plans to join the Navy after 
graduation. He enjoys bowling in his 
spare time.. .dislikes oral reports. 




RICHARD J. KERRIGAN 

Richard enjoys all sports, especially 
wrestling and football. After school 
he works at Olden 's Pharmacy as a 
stockboy and soda jerk. ..plans to at- 
tend college after graduation. 

Spring Track 10; Cross Country 11; 
Wrestling 11, 12 



DONNA M. KILLAM 

Donna enjoys bowling and horseback 
riding. ..dislikes boys with long, long 
hair.. .hopes to become a travel agent. 




Shorthand 
Treas. 12 



Cert. 60, 80; F.B.L.A. 



MARK B. KEVITT 

Jovial Mark likes to make his own 
movies. His collection of Civil War 
relics will surely help him in his teach- 
ing career in history. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Club 12; 
Bye Bye Birdie; Brigadoon 



SUSAN M. KILLORY 

Sue enjoys sewing, cooking, and 
watching sports. ..her main dislike is 
homework, but she likes enthusiastic 
teachers. ..in the fall she'll be headed 
for college. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10. 11. 12; Monitor 10; 
Spectrum 10; Campus Sales Rep. 11; 
Sr. Norn. Comm.; Sr. H.R. Rep. 



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JAMES P. KILROY 

Gill who participates in C.Y.O. basket- 
ball games, works part-time as a car- 
penter. In the future he hopes to be- 
come a construction engineer. 

Open House 11 




GEOFFREY C. KINDER 

Geoffrey enjoys all sports and hopes 
to become a physical education teach- 
er. He dislikes teachers who make 
students work too hard and conceited 
people. 

A Y 10; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Cross 
Country 11, 12 




GERTRUDE M. KING 

Trudy enjoys outdoor sports, especial- 
ly ice skating, skiing, and horseback 
riding. Her plans for the future — to 
become a secretary. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 11 




karf:n m. king 

Karen's special interest lies in swim- 
ming. She likes friendly people and 
her pet peeve is people who are late 
for first period. "Are You Kiddin'?" 
is Karen's favorite expression, and 
her ambition is to become a secretary. 

F.B.LA. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12 




RICHARD C. KING 

When Dick isn't working at Friendly 
Ice Cream, he enjoys playing golf. 
He plans to go to a college of business 
administration, and then to travel 
around the world. 

Golf Team 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club 
10; Reflector 10; Soph. Party 





ROBERT B. KING 

Bo, who is especially interested in mu- 
sic and all water sports, plans to retire 
and enjoy life. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Chorale 12 




ELIZABETH A. KNUDSEN 

Betsy, who works at Armand's Sea- 
food Restaurant, enjoys horseback rid- 
ing, bowling, and swimming.. .likes 
long hair and Marines. ..dislikes gym 
first period on Monday. After gradu- 
ation she plans to become a secretary. 

Mr. Harding's Sec't. 




GAIL D. KNUDSEN 

Gail enjoys sewing and designing 
clothes. Her future plans include go- 
ing to designing school and continuing 
in that field. 

Campus Sales Staff 11; Sec't. for Re- 
flector 12 



KENNETH R. KNUDSEN 

A football and hockey fan, Ken likes 
blondes and Corvettes. After gradua- 
tion, he is headed for an apprentice- 
ship in sheet metal. ..dislikes red heads. 

Football 10, 11; Baseball 10; Honors 
10, 11; Office Duty 10, 11; Student 
Council 11; Class Pres. Voc. 12 




MARY L. KOBS 

M ary enjoys Nantasket and watching 
kids surf. She intends to further her 
education at Bridgewater State College 
and then teach the first grade. Works 
at Turnstyle in her spare time. 



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WILLIAM L. KOSKI 

Bill likes sports car races and girls... 
dislikes noisy people, and someone 
who talks behind your back. When 
he graduates, he would like to become 
a sheet-metal worker. 




ALAN R. KRUGER 

In the track off-season, Al works at 
Ho-Jo's. His future plans are based 
on a college education. Dislikes being 
called Howard. 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Winter 
Track 10, 11; Spring Track 10 




PAULA L. KUNZE 

Paula would like to attend Mansfield 
Beauty Academy and then become a 
hairdresser. ..she likes to travel and 
meet people. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.H.A. 11, 12; Ski 
Club 11; Sr. Play Usherette 




KARL K. KURZ 

Otto's special interests include Euro- 
pean Road Racing and being active in 
the Wilkie Club. His future plans are 
to attend the University of Miami and 
then travel to Europe. 



KATHRYN D. LACKS 

Kathy... likes a good time with plenty 
of boys when she's not busy skating 
or playing tennis. She hopes to be- 
come a dressmaker, or an airline host- 



Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 
10, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Master's 
Sect. 12 





WENDY A. LAINE 

Wendy's special interests vary from 
sewing to square dancing. Her future 
plans include college and a career as 
a teacher or a social worker. ..dislikes 
cheaters. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C.ll,12;Book 
Store 12 



JANE M. LAMM 

Janie would like to enter the field of 
nursing after her training at nursing 
school. She enjoys dancing and dis- 
likes snobby people. 

F.N.A. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Riding 
Club 11; Ski Club 12 




DIANE M. LAMPARELLI 

Di loves football games and ice skat- 
ing... dislikes boys with long hair. She 
hopes to attend a beauty academy and 
become a beautician. Her friendlv 
smile will be a valuable asset in this 
field. 

Fashion Show 10; Sr. Play Usherette 




ARTHUR J. LANE 

Arthur, a guy with a good sense of 
humor, enjoys folk and pop rock mu- 
sic. After further education at either 
Wentworth or Northeastern, he intends 
to join the Navy. 

Honors 10 




BARRY K. LANG 

"Buzz" hopes to go into the service 
after graduation and after that enter 
the accounting field. He likes people 
who are pleasant.. .enjoys bowling. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 11, 12 




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WILLIAM E. LANG 

Quiet and easy-going, Bill likes to keep 
in shape plaving football and basket- 
ball. ..plans to attend college, majoring 
in math. 

Weight Lifting 10; Football 10; Intra- 
murals 10 



WAYNE J. LAVANGIE 

Quiet and conscientious, Wayne is an 
enthusiast of all sports. ..plays C.Y.O. 
basketball. ..plans to attend college. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 12 



TERESA M. LAWLOR 

Terri plans to attend Jr. College and 
is interest in Fashion Designing or 
Retailing... especially enjoys sewing 
and swimming. Terri is now working 
as a salesgirl at R. H. Stearns. She 
likes to be entertained by C-R-A-Z-Y 
people. 






BARBARA J. LaROCCO 

Barb is a pleasant girl who enjoys 
horseback riding and tennis. She'll 
attend art school in the fall and then 
become a commercial artist. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Library Staff 10; 
Intramurals 10; Campus Art Staff 11, 
editor 12; Bye Bye Birdie Publicity 
Comm. 11; Ski Club 11; Brigadoon 
12; 1966 Art Schol.-Hallmark Nomi- 
nee 



RICHARD F. LAWLER 

Rick is a sports fan as well as a good 
student. He hopes to become an Eng- 
lish or Social Studies teacher in the 
future. ..dislikes people with no school 
spirit. 

Intramurals 10; Adv. Manager for 
Class Play 10; Honors 10; Foreign 
Lang. Ass't. 10; High Honors 11; Li- 
brary Ass't. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Tutor 12 



LINDA M. LEAGUE 

Linda, who enjoys swimming, works 
at Friendly 's Ice Cream Shop in her 
spare time. She plans to become a 
teacher after college. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; Rid- 
ing Club 11; Theatre Arts Club 11; 
Ski Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



KENNETH LEARY 

Tall and friendly, Ken likes sports of 
all kinds. ..his plans for the future are 
uncertain. 




STEPHEN R. LEARY 

Steve, friendly to all, enjoys all sports 
except ping-pong. College is next in 
line for him, and then he plans to be- 
come a teacher. 



Dramatic Club 10; Ski Club 11, 
Cap and Gown Comm. 



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EARL F. LEAVITT 

Earl, interested in aircraft and cars, 
hopes to join the Air Force for on-the- 
job training.. .dislikes people who be- 
little Voc. Tech. students and teachers. 

Office Duty 12 




LINDA A. LeBRUN 

Linda hopes to further her education 
at either Burdette or Chandler. She 
likes friendly people and dislikes "cat- 
ty" ones. Her ambition is to become 
an executive secretary. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Riding Club 
11; Campus 11, 12; F.H.A. 12; Briga- 
doon 12; Theatre Arts Club 12 




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CHARLES H. LEES, JR. 

Wolf, who manages a C.Y.O. soccer 
team, also enjoys boxing and rugby... 
hopes to attend East Coast Aero Tech. 

Open House 11, 12; Wrestling 11, 12; 
Riding Club 11, 12; Annual Merit 
Award 11; Auto Repair Award 11; 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 11, 12; Student 
Council 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 




PAUL J. LEGERE 

Paul has a great sense of humor and 
is friendly to all people. He enjoys 
water skiing among other things, and 
would like to move to California in the 
future. 




MARK R. LEWIS 

Mark is a sports enthusiast and parti- 
cipates in a lot of them. Northeastern 
is the college he would like to attend 
and then become a draftsman. 

A.V. Club 10; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Reflector Sales Staff 
12; H.R. Rep. 12 



DONNA M. LITCHFIELD 

Donna's future will continue in the 
classroom at Bridgewater State College 
and then as a third grade teacher... 
enjoys bowling, tennis, and horseback 
riding in her spare time. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 11;F.T.A. 
11, 12; Riding Club 11, 12; Grad. 
Dance Comm. 





ELLEN H. LOCKHART 

With her sincere personality, Ellen will 
surely find success as an elementary 
school teacher... enjoys sewing, choco- 
late chip ice cream, and speaking Ger- 
man. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 
12 



MAUREEN E. LILLA 

Reen enjoys playing the piano, organ, 
and the guitar. ..plans to study archi- 
tecture at the Rhode Island School of 
Design next fall. 





ELIZABETH J. LITTLEHALE 

Betty enjoys almost everything from 
roller-skating to her school work... 
hopes to attend nursing school after 
graduation. 

Jr. Campus Sales Staff 11 



PHILIP C. LOFGREN 

Phil works as an offset pressman and 
would also like to pursue this as his 
career after he attends night school. 
He enjoys football, baseball, hockey, 
and basketball. 




WALTER A. LOFGREN 

Wally, intelligent and independent, 
hopes to find happiness in his future. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; Debate Club 12 




PATRICIA J. LOGAN 

Pat, who hates to be bored, but loves 
to have fun, horseback rides, swims, 
plavs tennis, babvsits. and sews. She 
plans to go to Leslie College and hopes 
to become a kindergarten teacher. 

Pep Club 12; Mrs. Wheeler's Sec't. 



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DANIEL F. LONG 

Besides working part time after school, 
Dan participates in C.Y.O. basketball 
and is interested in all sports. After 
graduation he hopes to go to college. 

Monitor 10 




MICHAEL A. LOSORDO 

Surfing, surfing, surfing.. .Mike's fa- 
vorite pastime during the summer. He 
participates in football and hockey... 
college is next for him. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Hockey 10, 11, 
12; Golf 10 




STEVEN R. LOWE 

Steve enjoys sports, especially foot- 
ball, basketball, and tennis. ..he hopes 
to become a journalist. 

Opening Exercises 10; Honors 10, 11; 
Book Store 10; Reflector 11; Spanish 
Tutor 12 




DENNIS H. LUNDBERG 

A quiet boy, Dennis' special interest 
lies in water sports. Planning to at- 
tend college in the future, he currently 
works as a machinist trainee. 




RODNEY V. LUNDIN 

Football, basketball, and hockey along 
with hunting are some of Rodney's 
special interests. ..hopes to attend Went- 
worth Institute to become a contractor 
and have his own business some day. 

Football 10; Weightlifting 10; Wres- 
tling 11; School Maintenance 11; Cafe. 
Duty 12 





BRAD D. LUSCOMBE 

Brad's special interests includestamps, 
coins, minerals, and sports. He plans 
a career in printing. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 11, 
12; Honors 11; Book Room 12 




BRUCE D. LUSCOMBE 

Bruce, a future cameraman, enjovs 
football, collecting coins and stamps, 
and good food. 



Honors 10, 11; Office Duty 10, 
12; Open House 10, 11, 12 



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ROBERT E. LUTHE 

After finishing high school, "Bobo", 
an avid sportsman, wants to serve in 
the Armed Forces for four years. ..par- 
ticipates in water skiing, snow skiing, 
basketball, and hockey. ..likes cars and 
girls. 




BARBARA J. LYONS 

A quiet girl, Barb enjoys football 
games and plays the guitar.. .works 
at Bradlee's warehouse. 

Reflector Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Cam- 
pus 12 




SANDRA J. MacCALLUM 

Versatile Sandy, who likes nearly 
everything, will begin a career as a 
secretary or an I.B.M. technician after 
graduation. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 11; 
Bye Bye Birdie; Brigadoon 



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ANNEMARIE MacDONALD 

Ann, whose pet peeve is skirts below 
the knee, can frequently be found danc- 
ing at the Surf. She loves meeting 
friendly people, but dislikes snobs. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10; Glee 
Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Riding 
Club 11; Shorthand Cert. 60 



ROBERT B. MACKENZIE 

Mac's ambition is to be a fish and 
game warden after majoring in fores- 
try at college... likes hunting... works in 
a shoe store in his spare time. 





Teachers' Conference Aide 
D.E.C.A. 12 



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CECIL A. MacDONALD 

Cece clerks at Mammoth Mart. ..likes 
hockey and baseball. ..hopes for a ca- 
reer in the service. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11 



SANDRA A. MacKENZIE 

Sewing, swimming, and ice skating 
keep Sandy busy, when she is not 
working at Remick's. A friendly and 
helpful girl, she would like to attend 
college when she graduates. 

Fashion Show 10, 11; Honors 11; 
Riding Club 11; Jr. Prom Comm.; 
Campus 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



JOHN F. MACLEAN 

Quiet John likes surfing and hockey. 
He keeps busy as a kitchen helper. 





NANCY L. MacLEAN 

Nancy, humorous and talkative, is 
sure to succeed in any field she may 
enter after college. 

Chorus 10; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 



ALVSON M. MACLEOD 

Active in Rainbow and M.Y.F., Alyson 
likes to have a good time.. .hopes to 
attend Shephard Guild and become a 
nurse.. .enjoys reading and cooking. 

Cafe. Worker 10; F.N.A. 




DUNCAN B. MACPHERSON 

Dune is especially interested in swim- 
ming and water skiing. He would like 
to become an offset printer in the fu- 
ture. He dislikes getting up in the 
morning. 




JANICE S. MacQUARRIE 

Bee, an animated bundle of happiness 
...loves the ocean, aspires to travel, 
and enjoys the theatre. The Bar as- 
sociation will gain a real personality 
someday. 

Dramatic Club Pres. 10; One Act Play 
10; Theatre Arts 11, 12; F.H.A. 11, 
National Delegate 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; Jr. Party Comm.; J.M.S.V.C. 12; 
Ski Club 12' 




KATHLEEN M. MADDEN 

Kathy enjoys reading and playing the 
violin and clarinet. ..would like to at- 
tend U. of Mass. and then become an 
army nurse.. .dislikes people with no 
sense of humor. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10. 11; 
F.N.A. 10, 11; Science Club 10 




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JOHN J. MAGUIRE 

Active in C.Y.O., Jack plans to attend 
Northeastern or Boston State, and then 
go into business. ..all sports interest 
him. 

Intramurals 10 




KAREN M. MAGUIRE 

A lively personality and warm smile 
will be valuable assets to Karen In her 
career as an airline stewardess. She 
likes water skiing and swimming. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Foreign Language 
Assembly 10; Honors 10; Campus 11, 
12; Reflector 11; Bye Bye Birdie; Mrs. 
Hoyle's Sec't.; Ski Club 12; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80 




MICHAEL R. MAGUIRE 

Mike, an active sportsman, enjoys 
football, gymnastics, and wcightlifting. 
He plans to continue his education 
after graduation. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Gvmnastics 10, 
11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11, 12 




MARIBETH MAHLER 

Maribeth is an active member of Rain- 
bow. ..likes dancing and well-dressed 
boys. Her future lies in the field of 
home economics. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Student Activity 
10; Dramatic Club 10; Language As- 
sembly 10; High Honors 10; Honors 
11; F.T.A.; Treas. 11; V. Pres. 12; 
Campus 12; Brigadoon; J.M.S.V.C. 
12; Glee Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 12 



DENNIS J. MAHONEY 

Dennis spends his spare time working. 
His future plans are to go to college 
and then become an optometrist. 





WILLIAM M. MAHONEY 

Bill enjoys all sports, such as football, 
golf, and baseball. ..dislikes people with 
no sense of humor. When he gradu- 
ates he would like to attend college. 

Monitor 10; Football Body Building 
Program 10; Foreign Language As- 
sembly 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 
11, 12; Campus 12 



KATHLEEN M. MALLEY 

Always smiling herself, Cleo likes oth- 
ers who smile... a future English teach- 
er, she plans to enter Boston Uni- 
versity. 

Glee Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; 
F.T.A. 12; Brigadoon; Miss McMor- 
row's Sec't.; Reflector 12 




DANIEL S. MALONE 

Danny enjoys boating and water ski- 
ing. ..works part-time at Montaqueand 
Brown's. In the future he hopes to 
join the Air Force. 

Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12; Open House 
10, 11, 12 




CARLA L. MANCINO 

Business school lies in her future... 
likes dancing, swimming and Mac- 
Donald's. Slow walkers who clog up 
the corridor are her pet peeve. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Mr. Dwyer's 
Sec't. 12 




ROBERT C. MANNING 

In his spare time, Bob can be found 
working in a gas station... dislikes 
homework, but enjoys reading.. .plans 
to go into the Air Force. 




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CYNTHIA L. MARBLE 

Babysitting every day of the week mo- 
nopolizes most of Cyndie's extra time, 
but she still manages to participate in 
Rainbow activities. She plans to be- 
come a dental assistant. 




Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12 



PHILIP L. MARSTON 

Besides liking swimming, football, and 
basketball, Phil also enjoys playing 
the drums in his own group. After 
furthering his education, he hopes to 
work outdoors. 

Chorus 10; Outdoor Club 11; Spring 
Track 12 




BRYAN J. MA KIN I 

Bryan, one of our outstanding athletes 
...star quarterback and 3rd baseman... 
is also scholastically inclined. He 
plans to further his education at col- 
lege while continuing as a football 
player. 

Language Assembly 10; Baseball 10, 
11, 12; Football 11, 12; Honors 10, 
11; Jr. Usher 11; Tutor 11; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12 



ALFRED M. MARTIN 

Al enjoys all types of sports and also 
likes working on cars. He dislikes 
wearing ties in school.. .hopes to be a 
carpenter. 




NANCY R. MARTIN 

Nancy enjoys horseback riding and 
swimming.. .hopes to enter I.B.M. 
School in the fall. ..dislikes conceited 
and insincere people. 




JOANNE A. MASCIOVECCHIO 

Jo admires individuals. ..dislikes 
cliques and Monday mornings. She 
cashiers at Curtis Farms. 

Student Activity 10; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11; F.B.L.A. 11; Driver's Ed. 
Sec't. 12 




CHARLES H. MASON 

Chuck, who plans a career in the 
Navy, enjoys skiing and aviation... 
likes anything Mod. He is now work- 
ing at Mammoth M art. 

A-V Club 10; Science Club 10; Ski 
Club 12 




ELENA M. MATERLA 

Elena's bubbly personality and cheer- 
fulness are assets which will surely 
bring her success in whatever she does 
...interested in dancing and sewing, 
she will go on to college next fall. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
10; Honors 10; Fashion Show 10, 
Student Council V. Pres. 11; Sec't. 12 




VICKI A. MATHEWSON 

Vicki, a girl who loves the summer, 
especially enjoys sailing and surfing... 
adores Sting-Rays. ..hopes to become 
a secretary. 




JANET M. MATTHEWS 

Jan wants to be a bookkeeper or a 
secretary. ..dislikes long hair and san- 
dals on boys. 



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KEVIN P. MATTHEWS 

A talented violinist whose musical taste 
ranges from Beethoven to the Beatles, 
Kevin hopes to become a composer- 
conductor. He plans to further his 
studies at a conservatory or college. 

Dramatic Club 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 
12; Reflector, Ed.-in-Chief 12; Orches- 
tra 10, 11, 12 




NANCY E. MATTHEWS 

After graduation, Nance would like to 
become a medical technologist.. .enjoys 
Rainbow, her church basketball team, 
and water skiing. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 
10; Pep Club 12; F.N. A. 12 




CAROL A. MAXWELL 

Carol participates in Rainbow and 
also works as a dietary aide at the 
South Shore Hospital. She plans to 
attend college and become a physical 
therapist. 

Soph. Party Comm.; F.N.A. 11, 12; 
Campus 12 




CAROL A. M.V.ZOLA 

An avid sports enthusiast, much of 
Carol's spare time is taken up as a 
cheerleader. After graduation Carol 
plans to attend college and become an 
airline stewardess. 

Dramatic Club 10; Monitor 10; Hon- 
ors 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Cheerleader 
12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 




GEORGIA E. McADAM 

Georgia, a vivacious girl who enjoys 
sewing, hopes to become a stewardess 
or to attend a fashion design school. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Miss 
Flvnn's Sec't. 12; Reflector, H.R. Rep. 
12: Ski Club 12 





KATHLEEN S. McAULIFFE 

When Kath graduates, she would like 
to become an airline stewardess. ..likes 
boys. ..dislikes snobs and conceited peo- 
ple... participates in C.Y.O. 




JOHN A. McBRIDE 

A future sheetmetal worker, Jay's in- 
terests center around surfboards and 
footballs. He likes girls and cars... 
dislikes homework. 




KATHLEEN MARY McCANN 

Kathy, who idolizes Margaret Smith, 
exists to play tennis. Furthermore, 
she enjoys skiing and gymnastics. 
Next year she plans to attend a junior 
college in California. 

Tennis 10, 11, 12; Gymnastic Team 
12 



john f. McCarthy 

Mathematically-minded, Mac should 
make a successful accountant. He 
likes cars and football games. 

Monitor 10; Wrestling 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11 




nyla m. McCarthy 

Lirtle Nyls enjoys people with a re- 
freshing sense of humor. ..dislikes noisy 
and conceited people and peppermint 
gum. After graduation she would like 
to go on to business school. 

Ski Club 10, 11, 12;/?e/fe<r/orStaffll 



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rita m. McCarthy 

Rita can be found working at G.E.M. 
in her spare time.. .likes swimming, 
cooking, sewing, tennis, and skating... 
particularly enjoys watching basket- 
ball games... after graduation, she 
would like to become a typist. 

Mr. Hartwell's Sec't. 12 




JOHN F. McCLELLAN 

An outstanding athlete as well as an 
excellent student, John is well known 
for his outgoing personality and quick 
smile. After graduation John will go 
on to college and graduate school to 
prepare for a career in medicine. 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; Basketball 
10, 11, 12; High Honors 10, 11; Class 
Pres. 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 11, 
12; Track 11, 12; Jr. Usher 




LAWRENCE E. McCORMACK 

Larry was a member of the baseball 
and basketball teams and the science 
and oratory clubs at Sacred Heart 
School before coming to Weymouth 
High. He works as a salesboy at 
Grant's Dept. Store in Quincy. 




KATHLEEN McCULLOCH 

Kathy is sure of success in the business 
world. 

D.E.C.A. 12 



DANIEL F. McDONALD 

"B.Y." can be found playing hockey 
or baseball in his spare time. ..likes all 
Italian food, especially pizza... after 
graduation Dan plans to be an auto- 
motive engineer. 

Lab. Ass't. 10; A-Y Club 12 





daniel o. Mcdonald 

Danny enjoys all sports, especially 
surfing. ..in his spare time he works at 
Howdy s... an active member of C.Y.O. 
After graduation he plans to attend 
college. 

Key Club 11; Lab. Ass't. 11; Ski Club 
12 



june m. Mcdonald 

June enjoys swimming, reading, and 
loud music. She particularly likes 
people who are fun to be with. ..dislikes 
bossy people. After graduation, June 
would like to become a secretary. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100 




LYNNE M. McDONALD 

Always cheerful. ..Lynne's special in- 
terest lies in sewing. ..after graduation 
she plans to become a medical secre- 
tary. 

Dramatic Club 10; Fashion Club 10; 
J.M.S.Y.C. 11; F.T.A. 11; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 




karen e. Mcdonough 

Karen is friendly and outgoing.. .an 
active member of C.Y.O... .enjoys danc- 
ing, music, and sports... after school 
she can be found working at Sears 
Roebuck. ..hopes to attend Boston State 
and become an elementary school 
teacher. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 12; Jr. 
Party Comm. 11; Campus 12; Grad. 
Dance Comm.; F.N. A. 10 




BRIAN J. McELLIGOTT 

Sports-minded, Brian is an active mem- 
ber in the C.Y.O. With hopes to be- 
come successful, he intends to fulfill his 
military obligation and then attend 
Northeastern. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 
12; Spring Track 10; Honors 10 




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JOHN T. McFARLANE 

John's favorite sports are skiing and 
boating.. .likes fast cars and bikes... 
dislikes too much homework and con- 
ceited girls. ..he would like to attend 
Northeastern, and hopes to become 
an airline pilot. 

Ski Club 11, 12 




JOSEPH F. McGLONE 

A true outdoorsman, Joe may be found 
hunting and camping... women drivers 
annoy him. ..he would like to continue 
his education in law school. 

Library Staff 10 




SHARON A. McGLYNN 

Dancing and music are among Shar- 
on's main interests... hopes to become 
an elementary teacher after she attends 
Boston College or Bridgewater. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Bye Bye Birdie; Cam- 
pus 12; Pep Club 10, 12 




MARY G. McINTYRE 

Mary hopes to work as a secretary 
when she finishes high school. She is 
presently working as a cashier in 

Cain's. 

F.B.L.A. lljSec't. 12 



WENDY W. McISAAC 

Wendy plans to become a secretary 
after graduation. Presently, she is 
working at South Shore Electric. She 
is also an active member of M.Y.F. 
and Rainbow. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Mrs. Kalaijian's 
Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





LINDA S. McKENNA 

Linda, who works behind the snack 
bar at G.E.M. in Hingham, hopes to 
further her education in the computor 
field. 

Gymnastics 10; Chorus 10; Language 
Assembly 10; Pep Club 10, 11 



RICHARD J. McKENNA 

Dick is interested in all active sports... 
plans to go to college after completion 
of high school. 

Football 10, 11, 12 




WILLIAM R. McKINNEY 

A basketball enthusiast, Bill also takes 
part in many other sports. ..finds pleas- 
ure in cars and good food. ..plans to 
enter the Navy after high school. 




STEPHEN J. McKINNON 

Steve likes cars and can be found work- 
ing as a gas station attendant. He 
hopes to study aviation mechanics. 

Open House 11, 12 




BETH L. McLARNON 

Beth recently came to Weymouth from 
North Quincy, where she was active on 
that high school's North Star... present- 
ly a part-time dance instructor, she 
plans a career in medicine. 

Chorus 12; Brigadoon 




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LAURE E. McLELLAN 

Laure works as a candy striper at the 
South Shore Hospital. She enjoys 
swimming and playing the violin. 

Orchestra 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. 
Morrisev's Sec't. 12 




JOAN C. McLEOD 

Joni, a member of C.Y.O., enjoys sail- 
ing, tennis, and riding. She plans to 
become a nurse after college. 

Math Team 10; Riding Club 12; 
F.N.A. 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Sr. Play 
Usherette 



MAUREEN T. McM ASTER 

Moe's ambition is to go to hairdress- 
ing school and become a beautician... 
enjoys dancing, water skiing, and at- 
tending football games... is also an ac- 
tive member of her C.Y.O. 



Fashion Show 10; 
Reflector Sec't. 12; 



Intramurals 10; 
Sr. H.R. Treas. 



FRANCIS K. McMORROW 

Fran is a very friendly person who 
enjoys all sports, especially hockey. 
His future goal is to become an ac- 
countant. 

Football 10; Hockey 10, 11, 12 




FRANCIS J. McOJJAIDE 

Butch likes to sleep late and hates lots 
of homework...a member of C.Y.O., 
he enjoys golf, bowling, and skiing. 
Hoping to become an English teacher, 
Butch plans on going to Bridgewatei 
State. 

A.Y. Club 10 




GAIL K. MEADE 

Gail likes sewing her own clothes and 
dancing. ..also likes friendly people, but 
dislikes "wise guys." 

Riding Club 12 



RONALD G. MEADE 

Ron has many interests among which 
are horseback riding, sports cars, ten- 
nis, surfing, and figure skating. ..plans 
to go to U. of Mass. to study veteri- 
nary medicine. 

Tennis 10; Riding Club 11, 12; Ski 
Club 11 




PAUL F. MEANT 

After fulfilling his military obligation 
in the Air Force, Paul plans to attend 
college. He enjoys all sports, especial- 
ly basketball and surfing. 

Basketball Intramurals 10 




JAMES V. MECONE 

Whether studying his physics or shoot- 
ing baskets on the C.Y.O. basketball 
team, Jimmy is always on the go. He 
hopes to study pre-med at Tufts Uni- 
versity. 

Honors 10, 11; Intramurals 10 




ALICE C. MELINIS 

Alice, a girl with a sparkling personal- 
ity, hopes to become a doctor. She 
participates in a wide variety of activi- 
ties and especially likes sewing. 

Librarv Staff 10. 11; Reflector 10, 11, 
12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10, 11; Honors 

10, 11; Bye Bye Birdie; J.M.S.Y.C. 

11, 12;F.f.A. 11; Glee Club 11 



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RAYMOND G. MESSIER 

Ray enjoys music, and plays the organ 
for a musical group. He hopes to at- 
tend Berkley School of Music after 
graduation. He dislikes people who 
brag. 



MARTHA A. MEUSE 

Martha plans to go to college and is 
interested in oceanography. She dis- 
likes teachers who favor one class over 
another by not giving them assign- 
ments. 

Spectrum 10; Speech Club 10; Ski 
Club 11; F.H.A. 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12 



VALERIE N. MICHALSKI 

Val, an accomplished pianist, enjoys 
any sport, especially swimming.. .likes 
Italian food and folk music. ..dislikes 
unreliable boys and conceited people 
...she has plans for further education 
at Bentley. 

Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Campus Sec't. 
12; F.B.LA. 12 




BRUCE A. MILLER 

Bruce enjovs working on, and talking 
about cars. He plans to go to college 
in the future. 




GLENN S. MILLER 

Glenn is friendly and has a good sense 
of humor. He works in his spare time. 





NANCY A MILLER 

Nancy enjoys all sports and is an ac- 
tive member of C.Y.O. She plans to 
attend a business school and hopes to 
become a bookeeper. 

F.B.LA. 12; Mr. O'Meara's Sec't.; 
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 




SHERYL A. MILLIGAN 

Sheri's interests which range from 
sports to cars keep her busy. After 
attending Mansfield Beauty Academy, 
she plans to go into the field of hair- 
dressing. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 
10; Fashion Show 10; Chorus 10; Pep 
Club 10; Library Ass't. 11, 12; H.R. 
Mesngr. 11; Office Worker 11; Riding 
Club 12; Language Lab. Ass't. 12 




RANDALL T. MILLS 

Randy plans to join theNavy... at pres- 
ent he spends his spare time working 
at a gas station and repairing cars. 




PATRICIA H. MINAHAN 

Pat's happy smile is well known 
around school. In her spare time she 
enjoys swimming, sewing, dancing, 
and C.Y.O. A business career is plan- 
ned for Pat. 

Student Council 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Library Staff 11; Theater Arts 
Club 11; Jr. Party Comm. 




EILEEN M. MITCHELL 

Eileen, president of her youth group, 
enjoys swimming, knitting, and cross- 
word puzzles. In the future she hopes 
to become a secretary. 

Campus Sec't.; F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80, 100 



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PATRICIA J. MJELDE 

Pat can always be seen cheering our 
team on to victory. ..also enjoys sew- 
ing. She would like to teach or work 
in the fashion world. 

Dramatics 10; F.H.A. 11; F.T.A. 11, 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; French Club 12 




DENNIS J. MOLONEY 

Most interested in water sports, Dennis 
also likes cars and pizza. He plans to 
take a post-graduate course in struc- 
tural design and then attend college to 
train as an architect. 

Open House 10 




KATHLEEN L. MOLONY 

Kath's ambition is to be happy in 
whatever she does. After graduation, 
she plans to enroll in Vista. ..likes peo- 
ple who have a good sense of humor 
and who are sincere. 

Riding Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12 




ELIZABETH A. MONAHAN 

Bette, a bubbly blonde, is an active 
member of her C.Y.O. and also a 
talented artist. At the present she can 
be seen working at Milton's ofQuincy 
...nursing school lies in the future for 
Bette. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Soph. Party 
Comm.; F.T.A. 12; Reflector Art Staff 
12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; Campus 
12 



KENNETH J. MOORE 

Kenny, a member of C.Y.O., partici- 
pates in all sports. After graduation, 
he plans to attend college and special- 
ize in architecture. 

Grad. Dance Comm. 





LORRAINE W. MORGAN 

Lorraine, loves to travel and meet 
interesting people. She is Worthy Ad- 
visor of her Rainbow group and also 
finds time to be an active member of 
many school activities. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Library Ass't. 10, 
11; Cafe. Monitor 10; Ski Club 11; 
Bye Bye Birdie; Theatre Arts 11, 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Cam- 
pus 12 



RICHARD F. MORGAN 

Dick, a boy with a good sense of 
humor, enjoys basketball and sports 
cars. ..works at the Supreme Market 
and after graduation plans to enter a 
post-graduate course. 




CHERYL A. MORIN 

Cheryl hopes to attend a secretarial 
school and enter into the business 
world. ..she enjoys boating, skating, 
and swimming. 

Pep Club 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Cam- 
pus 12; Ski Club 12 




FREDERICK R. MORIN 

Charley. ..wild drummer of a rhythm 
and blues band. ..hopes to attend U. 
of Mass. ...his future lies in engineering. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Sr. Nom. 
Comm. 




JOHN S. MORIN, JR. 

A versatile boy whose talents range 
from auto mechanics to pizza-making. 
Johnny hopes to own a boat someday 
and operate his own marina. His 
immediate plans are to complete a 
post-graduate course and train at an 
automotive school. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Student Gov't. 
10, 11; Merit Awards 10. 11 




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MARILYN M. MORRISSEY 

Marilyn loves music, drama, and lit- 
erature.. .plays folk guitar. She would 
like to train for the Peace Corps or 
VISTA and work In underprivileged 
areas. 

Jr. One-Act Plav; Dramatics Club 10; 
Theatre Arts 11, 12; Chorus 11; Li- 
brary Ass't. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Reflector 11, 12 




BONNIE J. MORSE 

Bonnie likes folk-singing and art. She 
likes traveling and would like to travel 
abroad when she graduates. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 




JAMES L. MORSE 

Jim, good-natured and personable, en- 
joys all types of sports, especially golf. 
He intends to join the armed forces 
after graduation. 



Golf Team 10; Monitor 10; A.V 
10; Student Activity 10 



Club 




ETHELYN C. MOTT 

Lindy, a friendly girl, is always busy 
and active. Her one ambition is to 
have a happy life. 



PATRICIA A. MOYNIHAN 

Pat, a lively and exciting girl, hopes 
to become an L.P.N, after nursing 
school. Dancing at the Surf, swim- 
ming, ice skating, and water skiing 
are among her interests. Pat likes 
driving and meeting friendly people... 
dislikes Mondays. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60; 
F.N. A. 12 





DIANE M. MLTSE 

Di, who likes sewing, also enjoys Span- 
ish. Her goal is to teach Spanish after 
she has obtained her degree from 
Bridgewater. She now may be seen 
working as a salesgirl at Raymond's. 

Foreign Language Assemblv 10;F.T.A. 
12 



STEPHEN M. MULKERN 

New England Institute of Sanitary Sci- 
ence lies ahead for Steve after high 
school. He plans to learn the trade of 
being an undertaker. In the meantime, 
he mav be seen water skiing or at stock 
car races. 




SHEILA M. MULLEN 

Sheila, a quiet, friendly girl, enjoys 
swimming, horseback riding and lis- 
tening to records... hopes to go into the 
field of business as a secretary. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 60; Mr. Clancy's Sec 't. 
12 




ELIZABETH J. MULLIGAN 

Watching old movies and dancing 
keep Betty busy. ..she dislikes sarcas- 
tic people. When she graduates, she 
would like to go on to college and be- 
come a social worker. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club 
10; F.T.A. 11; Office Work 11; F.H.A. 
12 




NADA G. MULLIKEN 

Horseback riding, surfing and dancing 
are among Nada's main interests 
along with boys and cars. She is now- 
working part-time as a salesgirl. 

Pep Club 10; Glee Club 11; D.E.C.A. 
12 




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SEAN M. MULREADY 

Sean, President of his C.Y.O., is active 
in all phases of sports. ..likes friendly 
people and good jokes. He will fur- 
ther his education at college and be- 
come a teacher. 

Public Speaking 10; Opening Ex. 10; 
Paperback Book Store 10; W.H.S. 
T.Y. 11, 12; Monitor 10; Debating 
Team 11, 12; Brigadoon 



JANICE F. MUNCEY 

Jan, who plans to be a clerical secre- 
tary after graduation, is now employ- 
ed at G.E.M. as a cashier. Hei main 
interests are cars and music. 

Glee Club 10 




RICHARD W. MULVANEY 

Rick enjoys water skiing and working 
on cars. ..future lies in cabinet making. 

Honor Roll 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 



CHARLES H. MURPHY 

"Murp" would like to go to Northeast- 
ern and become an architectural en- 
gineer. He enjoys football, baseball, 
swimming, and photography. 




JOSEPH E. MURPHY 

"Murph" enjoys baseball and hockey 
and would like to become a physical 
education teacher. His pet peeve is a 
study in the cafeteria. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Hockey 10, 11, 
12 





KATHLEEN C. MURPHY 

Finding satisfaction in helping others, 
Kathy plans to enter the Peace Corps 
after graduation. An active member 
of C.Y.O., Kathy is interested in sew- 
ing, dancing, and movies. 

Pep Club 11; Teachers" Convention 
Waitress 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; 
Mrs. Skehan's Sec't. 12 




STEPHEN W. MURPHY 

"Murph" would like to become a writer 
after attending college. He enjoys all 
sports and likes to play the guitar... 
works at Bob & Ray's Submarine 
Shop in Quincy. 

Intramurals 10; Riding Club 11; Ski 
Club 11; Campus 11, 12 



SUSAN J. MURRAY 

Sue is an active member of Rainbow 
and also holds a part-time job at 
Mammoth Mart. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Sr.Nom.Comm.; 
Mr. Hollisian's Sec't. 12 




\VILLL\M M. MURPHY 

"Murph" enjoys football and hockey. 
He is also interested in fast cars... 
hopes to become a carpenter. 

Open House 10 



WENDY A. MYERS 

Wendy would like to go to a college 
of business administration and become 
a buyer for a department store. Her 
special interest is in cars of all kinds. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 10. 11: 
Monitor 10; Librarv Ass't. 11. 12 



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MAUREEN G. NASH 

"Moe", an enthusiastic surfer, loves 
summers at the beach. She dislikes 
snobs. ..her plans for the future are 
undecided as yet. 




JOSEPH B. NEALON 

"Wala" is a friendly and talkative boy 
who enjoys all sports. ..intends to enter 
I BM. School in the fall and become 
a programming technician. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Key Club 12 




PATRICIA M. XI. E LEY 

Sewing and reading historical novels 
keep Pat busy when she is not working. 
After graduation, she would like to go 
on to college. 

Fashion Show 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Cam- 
pus 12; Pep Club 11 




JUDITH E. NELSON 

Red enjoys bowling and dancing when 
not working. ..hopes to become a secre- 
tary. 

Bookroom Worker 12 




STEPHEN B. NELSON 

Steve enjoys water skiing in his spare 
time.. .likes Plymouths... dislikes cold 
mashed potatoes. College lies in his 
immediate plans. 

Chemistry Tutor 1 1 





CYNTHIA L. NEREO 

Cindy likes cheerful and friendly peo- 
ple.. .hopes to attend junior college and 
then become a legal secretary. 

Library Ass't. 12 




ROBERT M. NESSON 

Watching drag races is one of Bob's 
special interests. His pet peeve is 
women drivers. ..dislikes people who 
break promises. 

Wrestling 10; Cross Country 10, 11 



MARIE A. NISTA 

In her spare time, Ree enjoys bowling 
and dancing. Her main ambition is 
to enter the field of business administra- 
tion. University of Mass. will be hap- 
py to have her major in that field. 

Intramurals 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
11; D.E.C.A., Pres. 12 




JOHN NICUM 

Nick, who plans to enter college next 
year, enjoys basketball, baseball and 
collecting money. He will be a sure 
success in whatever he does. 

Intramurals 10 



CHARLENE T. NIXON 

"Charley".. .a future English teacher... 
active in C.Y.O....also works part-time 
as a waitress. ..likes Cape Cod and 
reading. ..dislikes mod boys and nosey 
people. 

Honors 10, 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Ski 
Club 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Campus\2 



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MARY G. NOONAN 

Mary's special interests includeC.Y.O., 
tennis, and Sodality. Her ambition is 
to help the needy underprivileged peo- 
ple. 

Science Club 10; Glee Club 11; Pep 
Club 11; F.N.A. 11, 12; Campus 12; 
Grad. Dance Comm. 




DAVID F. NORCOTT 

David hopes to attend Northeastern 
and study business administration. He 
likes fast cars and wild parties. ..dis- 
likes insincere people. 




NANCY J. NORDMAN 

Nancy, intelligent and friendly, plans 
to attend a four year college in the fall. 
She enjoys all sports, especially skiing. 

Monitor 10; Campus 10; Riding Club 
11; Ski Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12 




DANIEL J. NORMAN 

Danny, when not studying, can be 
seen producing and selling hamburg- 
ers at McDonald's. He hopes to at- 
tend college this fall. 

Spanish Tutor 12 



RUTH E. NORTON 

Ruth takes a special interest in swim- 
ming, skating, motorcycle riding, 
speedboats, and all kinds of sports... 
she likes to travel and would like to 
become a secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 
100; Mrs. Gray's and Mr. Blake's 
Sec't. 12 





STEPHEN P. NORTON 

Steve, an active member of the C.Y.O. 
also enjoys sports. ..likes sharp-look- 
ing cars, especially Fords. 

A.V. Club 10; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Talent Show 10; Jr. Campus Sales 
Rep.; Opening Exercises 11; D.E.C.A. 
Officer 



MICHAEL P. NOTTAGE 

Bugsy, a skate-board and marble en- 
thusiast, works part-time at the Grass 
Instruments Company. His favorite 
expression is "School's over." 

Band 10 




JOHN C. NOURSE 

John, the drummer of "Rasputin and 
His Mad Monks", plans to attend 
college in the fall. He is a fan of 
Charlie's Pizza Shop and dislikes boys 
with way-out mod clothes. 

Basketball 10; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Pep 
Club Pres. 12; Key Club 12; French 
Club 12 




DONALD A. NOYES 

Sudsy 's great sense of humor would 
brighten anything, anytime, anywhere. 
His exceptional track ability is mainly 
concentrated on the high jump. 

Spring Track 11; Chemistry Tutor 11; 
Pep Club 12 




JANE E. NUGENT 

Jane, a friendly and active girl, enjoys 
tennis and music. After graduation, 
she plans to go to college and then into 
the teaching profession. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 
12; Math Club 10; Glee Club 11. 12; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; Bye Bye Birdie; Theatre 
Arts Club 11, 12; Campus Senior Staff; 
Brigadoon 




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RAY W. NUTE 

Ray would like to go on to college and 
become a success in life.. .he likes base- 
ball and football. ..dislikes people with 
a chip on their shoulder. 

Library Staff 10, 11; Chorus 10, 11, 
12; Math Club 10; Debating Club 11; 
T.V. Program 11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 




DAVID C. O'BRIEN 

Friendly and fun-loving, Dave enjoys 
golf, bowling, and just having a good 
time. He works part-time and plans to 
go to Northeastern University this fall. 

Intramurals 10; Cafe. Monitor 10 




KATHLEEN A. O'BRIEN 

Participating in C.Y.O. activities and 
working as a salesgirl at Sheridan's 
in Quincy, Kathy is gaining valuable 
experience which will help her as an 
elementary teacher. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Public Speaking 
Club 10; Waitress at Teachers' Con- 
vention 10; F.H.A. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11; 
Library Ass't. 11; F.T.A. 11; Honors 
11; Campus; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




MARILYN C. O'BRIEN 

Sailing, swimming, and skiing are 
Marilyn's special interests. Her im- 
mediate plans are to attend Katherine 
Cibbs School and then become an 
executive secretary. 



Cymnastic Team 10, 11, 12; Student 
Activity 10; Pep Club 10, 11; Cheer- 
leader 12; Campus 11; Ski Club 12; 
library Ass't. 11; Riding Club 11; Sr. 
Prom Comm.; Brigadoon 



MARILYN T. O'BRIEN 

Marilyn, who enjoys swimming, danc- 
ing, horseback riding and bowling, 
works as a telephone operator in Bos- 
ton. In the future she hopes to become 
a hairdresser. 

Pep Club 12 





JUDITH R. O'DONNELL 

Judy, a fine example ofW.H.S. leader- 
ship, is college bound. She is contem- 
plating a career in journalism. ..her 
success is certain. 

Pep Club 10; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Ski Club 11, 12; Student 
Council 10, V. Pres. 11, 12; Monitor 

10, 11, 12; Campus 12; Cheerleader 

11, 12 



ROBERT G. O'DONNELL 

Sports-minded Robert enjoys all sports 
except hockey. He works at the Red 
Coach Grille. 




CATHERINE L. O'DRISCOLL 

Cathy, who works at the South Shore 
Hospital, hopes to become a nurse. 
She dislikes inconsiderate people and 
is interested in hunting, knitting, and 
boating. 




DONALD D. O'HARA 

Donald enjoys xea.Amg Hot Rod Maga- 
zine and working on Chevies. ..likes 
drag races and girls with blonde hair 
...dislikes gym. Next year he hopes 
to attend Franklin Institute. 

Open House 12 




MARYLOU O'KEEFE 

Marvlou is annoyed by people who 
are hard to get along with and those 
who take their time walking down the 
corridors. 

Majorette 1 1 




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DAVID W. OLIVE 

Energetic Dave, a member of the golf 
team, plays the drums in his own 
band. With no definite plans for the 
future, his one ambition is to become 
a good drummer.. .dislikes egotists. 

Golf 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 11 




JOSEPH M. OLIVERIO 

Cheerful and fun-loving, Joe enjoys 
swimming, boating, and winter sports, 
when he is not working. He would 
like to become a teacher. 

Public Speaking 10; Chorus 10, 11; 
Riding Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11 




BARBARA L. OLSEN 

Laurie, a skiing enthusiast, hopes to 
go into nurses* training.. .dislikes im- 
patient people.. .pet peeve is getting up 
on cold mornings. 

F.N.A. 10; Mr. Fisher's Sec't. 12 




BARBARA L. OLSON 

A future physical education teacher, 
Barbara enjoys tennis, Softball, basket- 
ball, and skiing. ..now a waitress at 
Kae's, she hopes to attend Bridgewater. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11,12; 
Tennis 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Reflec- 
tor Art Staff 10; F.T.A. 12 




JOHN K. OLSON 

John, a participant in many activities, 
hopes to attend college and enter the 
field of government or law. He enjoys 
swimming, basketball, and other 
sports. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10; Stu- 
dent Council 10, 12; Student Activities 
Comm. 10; Reflector 10, 11, 12; Soph. 
Party Comm.; Debating 11, 12; Bye 
Bye Birdie; Jr. One-Act Play; T.V. 
Show Newscaster 11, 12; Brigadoon 




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NOREEN A. O'NEIL 

Noreen takes an interest in skiing, 
swimming, and dancing. ..she likes 
friendly people. Her ambition is to 
become an airline stewardess. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Jr. Prom Comm.; 
Ski Club 11, 12 



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DAVID L. O'NEILL 

Dave lists drag racing among his 
interests. ..he plans to become a diesel 
mechanic. 




MARGARET E. O'NEILL 

Peggy likes playing the piano, horse- 
back riding, skating, and playing ten- 
nis. She likes people with a good 
sense of humor. ..dislikes people who 
can't take a joke. 

Riding Club 11; F.B.L.A. 12 




PATRICIA A. OTERI 

Pat hopes to become a secretary. ..she 
enjoys skating. ..dislikes conceited peo- 
ple and someone who is late for ap- 
pointments. 

Pep Club 10; Mr. Player's Sec't. 




MICHAEL W. OYER 

Mike would like to attend Northeastern 
and study electronics... he also takes an 
interest in cars. 

A.V. Club 10, 11, 12; Math Club 10, 
11, 12; Lab Ass't. 11; Chem. Club ll; 
Phvsics Head Lab Ass't. 12 



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JOHN B. PACKARD 

"Peaches'" special interests are swim- 
ming, radio electronics, and general 
mechanics. He hopes to become a 
machine operator in the future. 




RICHARD H. PALMA 

Rich would like to attend East Coast 
Aero- Tech and train to become a pilot 
...enjoys all sports and playing the 
drums. ..dislikes people who are never 
on time. 

Ski Club 11, 12 




JOANNE M. PALMIER I 

Joanne, who works as a library assis- 
tant, studied Japanese last summer at 
Thayer Academy. ..likes smiles and mu- 
sic. 

Math Club 10, ll,Pres.l2;J.M.S.V.C. 
10, 11, 12; Reflector Lit. Staff 11, Lit. 
Ass't. 12; Glee Club 11; Library Ass't. 
11; Orchestra 12; Math Team 11, 12; 
Sr. H.R. Treas. 




MICHAEL J. PANARELLI 

After graduation, Mike will begin his 
apprenticeship in sheet metal. Base- 
ball is his favorite sport, and blondes 
his favorite girls as long as they are 
not behind the wheel of a car. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 12; 
Honors 10, 11 




MICHAEL 1). PAPILE 

When not working on cars, Mike is a 
clerk in a department store. To man- 
age a chain store is his desire after 
graduating from high school. 

Intramurals 10 





RICHARD J. PARADICE 

A future businessman, Rick now works 
as a clerk in a newspaper store. He 
likes sports and fast cars, but doesn't 
like girls with short hair. 

Intramurals 10 




DAVID B. PARK 

Dave.. .likes sports, especially sailing... 
also likes friendly, long-haired girls. 
He intends to become a civil engineer 
after attending either Northeastern or 
M.I.T. Dave has plans for a long 
bachelorhood. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Reporter, W.H.S. 
TV 11, 12 



RICHARD M. PARKINSON 

Ricky, who enjovs golf and pool, plans 
to become a cabinetmaker after he has 
fulfilled his military obligation in the 
Navy. 

Student Govt. 10. 11. 12 




TRACEY W. PARKER 

A mathematical whiz, Trace hopes to 
attend M.I.T. and obtain his Ph.D. in 
mathematics. He is also an enthusias- 
tic rifleman. 

Math Club 10, 11, 12; Math Team 11, 
12; Key Club 11; Board of Directors 
12; Newscaster, W.H.S.-TV 11, 12; 
Campus Ass't. Editor 12; Merit Schol- 
arship Letter Commend. 12; High 
Honors 10, 11 



RONALD F. PARKINSON 

A guitarist in a rock n' roll band, Ron 
dislikes wise guys and conformists. He 
would like to become an entertainer or 
sales engineer. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Talent Show M.C. 
10 



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LYNDA H. PARKS 

Lynda loves football games and can 
often be seen as a cheerleader cheering 
the team on to victory. Her friendly 
smile and fine personality will be a 
valuable asset when she enters hair- 
dressing after attending Mansfield 
Beauty Academy. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Cheerleader 12; Jr. 
Prom Comm. 11; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
12 



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PAMELA PARSENS 

Horseback riding, sailing, and art 
keep Pam busy when she is not work- 
ing as a salesgirl at Sheridan's. After 
graduation she would like to attend 
the Vesper School of Art and become a 
commercial artist. 

D.E.C.A. 12 




ROBERT E. PAWLOSKY 

Bob enjoys music and the drums. In 
his spare time he does landscaping 
work. 




JUNE C. PAYNE 

June would like to become a hairdress- 
er in the future. She is active in youth 
fellowship, and loves to eat. 

Library Ass't. 10; Cafe. Worker 11, 
12; Shorthand Cert. 60 



THOMAS E. PELLETIER 

Tom's friendly personality and sense 
o( humor will make him successful in 
all of his endeavors...a member of 
C.Y.O... .enjoys playing basketball. Af- 
ter graduation, he would like to work 
as a carpenter, and later become a 
contractor. 

Open House 10 





NANCY J. PENDERGAST 

An active girl who enjoys swimming, 
Nancy would like to go into T.V. pro- 
duction in the future. 

A.Y. Club 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 
10; Mr. Cleaves' Sec't. 11, 12; Riding 
Club 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Serendip- 
ity 11; Brigadoon Stage Mangr.; Sr. 
Norn. Comm.; W.H.S.-TV 



RANDOLPH K. PENDLETON 

Randy, who hopes to own his own 
restaurant, likes the Elvis Presley look 
and music. 



JAN S. PERRIN 

Jan, a member of the Makai Surf 
Club, loves surfing and all sports. 
After a college education at North- 
eastern, he hopes to take a trip to 
Hawaii. 

Winter Track 10, 11, Co-Capt. 12; 
Spring Track 10, 11, Co-Capt. 12 




ALLAN D. PERRAULT 

Al, who enjoys basketball and coin 
collecting, works part-time at James 
H. McMannus Ice Cream Shoppe. His 
future plans include a college educa- 
tion. 

Math Club 10; Paperback Book Store 
10; Intramurals 10; Honors 11; Span- 
ish Tutor 12 



MATTHEW J. PERRONE 

Rochester Institute and a career as a 
vocational printing teacher are in 
Matt's future. A worker at G.E.M., he 
also enjoys all sports. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Morning An- 
nouncements 12 




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STEPHEN M. PERROW 

Big Steve.. .you can find him slaving 
over his work at Roxie's. After scrub- 
bing the decks in the Navy, he hopes 
to go on to attend a small college. 

Football 10; Intramurals 10; High 
Honors 10 




LESLIE C. PERRY 

"Lester" enjoys cooking and sewing. 
Her ambition in life is to go on to col- 
lege and become a French teacher. 

Math Club 10; Student Activities 10; 
Soph. Party Comm.; Honors 10, 11; 
Student Council 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Campus Sales Staff 11; Bye 
Bye Birdie 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 12; Brigadoon; Nat'l Merit Let- 
ter Commend. 12 



MARY L. PESHEK 

Mary Lou enjoys playing the piano 
and tennis... after graduation she would 
like to attend a liberal am college... 
foreign travel intrigues her. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Reflector Lit. Ass't. 10, 11, 12 
High Honors 10, 11; F.T.A. 11, 12 
Orchestra 11, 12; Theater Arts 11, 12 
Campus 11, 12; Tennis 12; Brigadoon. 
J.M.S.V.C. 12 




JOSEPH C. PETTINGELL 

Joe, who works part-time at a green- 
house, plans a naval career. He likes 
swimming, football, and chili.. .conceit- 
ed people annoy him. 

Library Staff 12 




CHRISTINE PHARMER 

A friendly and lively girl, Chris plans 
to travel immediately after graduation 
...then she hopes to attend college. 
Dancing is one of her favorite pas- 
times. 

Debate Club 10; Brigadoon; Language 
Lab. Ass't. 12 





JOHN H. PICA 

John, an avid fan and participant in 
all sports, plans to enter college where 
he will play football. ..dislikes long 
haired boys. 

Football 10, 11, 12 




WILLIAM G. PICA 

Sonny, active and sports-minded, 
plays pool and lifts weights... likes girls 
with long hair worn straight. He 
wants to stay single and roam the 
world with a buddy. 




GAIL E. PILLER 

Gail is a cashier at Star Market in her 
spare time. Her future plans include 
college, then helping out the less for- 
tunate as a member of Peace Corps. 

Dramatic Club 10; F.T.A. 11. 12; 
Campus 11, 12; Theatre Arts Club 1 1 




STEPHEN L. PIZZI 

College is in Steve's future... a talented 
athlete, he also works as an usher at 
Symphony Hall. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 
12; Student Council 10; Cafe. Monitor 
10; Sr. Prom Comm. 




WILLIAM R. PIZZI 

Athletic "Yogi" enjoys football and 
likes everyone he meets. 

Football 10; Key Club 12; Reflector 
Sales Staff 12 



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PETER J. PLATT 

A school leader, Pete participates in 
many activities. ..enjoys math and 
sports. ..hopes to obtain a liberal arts 
degree by majoring in math. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Student Council 
11, 12; Pres. 12; Cross Country 11; 
Spring Track 11, 12; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 11, 12; Honors 11; Pep Club 11, 
12; Jr. Usher 




GAIL A. POLLOCK 

Cheering at football games and danc- 
ing are Gail's pastimes. She enjoys 
going to the Surf.. .likes collegiate boys 
...dislikes rats. Gail hopes to enter 
into the field of medicine. 

Dramatic Club 10; Future Nurses Club 
10, 11, 12; Foreign Assembly 10; Rid- 
ing Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12 



LINDA M. POPOWITZ 

Going to the car races and horseback 
riding are two of "Blondie's" pas- 
times. Her favorite cars are Chevies 
and Fords. 

Pep Club 10 




( All. PORTER 

After training at Saint Francis's Hos- 
pital, Abby hopes to become an x-ray 
technician. She enjoys swimming, mu- 
sic, water skiing, and horseback riding 
...likes neat looking boys with good 



Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club 
10; Riding Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11 




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KEVIN D. POWER 

Kevin plans a future with thetelephone 
company. ..is now employed as a ma- 
chinist at Electro Switch. 

Gymnastics 10, 11; H.R. Mesngr. 10, 
11; Intramurals 10; Wrestling 11 





RICHARD N. PUOPOLO 

Pop likes pizza, sports cars, and money 
...wants to make a million. ..works in a 
greenhouse, but hopes to take a course 
in electronics next year. 




RICHARD J. PURTLE 

Richard, a basketball fan, would like 
to go to Wentworth after graduation... 
hopes one day to make $300 a week... 
dislikes all boys' schools. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 




MARTHA S. PYE 

Marty teaches Sunday School and is 
interested in everything. She now 
works as a salesgirl at Rowe's, but 
hopes to become an English teacher 
and travel abroad. 

Reflector Staff 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 12 




MARGARET A. RAE 

Margie lists Bob Dylan and motor- 
cycles among her interests... would like 
to study to become a legal secretary... 
wants to own a Porsche. 




SUSAN J. RAFTERY 

Suey, who works at Remick's, admires 
Bob Dylan and "bikes "...anticipates 
business college and a career as a 
secretary. 



D.E.C.A. Treas. 12 



D.E.C.A. Sec't. 12 



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EDMUND J. RAINSFORD 

Ed went to B.C. high during his soph- 
omore and junior years where he par- 
ticipated in sports and worked on the 
school newspaper. He hopes to be- 
come a teacher-coach or a naval of- 
ficer. 

Math Club 12; Key Club 12; Spring 
Track 12 




DIANE L. RAMSAY 

Diane, whose interests lie in sewing 
and fashion, hopes to have a career 
in the home economics field after col- 
lege. 

Fashion Show 10, 11; High Honors 
10, 11; Usherette Bye Bye Birdie; Jr. 
Prom Comm.; Campus Sales Staff 1 1, 
12; F.T.A. 11, 12 




SHIRLEY A. RAMSAY 

Lee Ann enjoys listening to the radio 
and all sports. College is next and 
then she hopes to become a foreign 
language teacher. 

Gymnastics Team 10; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Honors 10; Dramatic Club 10; 
F.T.A. 11, 12 




GARY D. RAND 

Gary enjoys bowling, baseball, foot- 
ball, and water sports. After gradua- 
tion he would like to become a printer. 

Open House 10. 11 



KATHLEEN L. REARDON 

Kathy works at a part-time job in her 
spare time. She also participates in 
miniature golf and ice skating. She 
hopes to work for the telephone com- 
pany as an I.B.M. operator. 





KEVIN P. REARDON 

Kevin, who likes football and coin 
collecting, hopes to attend Northeast- 
ern to become an engineer. He dis- 
likes people who don't trv to improve 
themselves. 

Riding Club 12 



KATHARINE A. REID 

Kathy, an active member of Rainbow, 
enjoys football games and "song and 
dance".. .her pet peeve is homework. 

Gymnastics 10; Campus Sec't. 12 




MALCOLM A. RENNIE 

A car enthusiast, Malcolm enjoys all 
sports. After college, he plans to be- 
come an electronics engineer. 

Honors 10; A.V. Club 11 




PATRICIA J. REX FORD 

Pat enjoys sewing and attending her 
C.Y.O. meetings when not working at 
Curtis Farms. ..she dislikes people who 
don't always tell the truth. 




PAUL R. REX FORD 

Athletic Rex is popular with the girls... 
plans to further his education at col- 
lege. 

Wrestling 10, 11; Track 10. 1 1 




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SANDRA E. REX FORD 

Rex enjoys football, swimming, and 
C.Y.O., when not studying or working 
at Twin City Cleaners. ..she dislikes 
bossy people. 




JOAN C. RICH 

An active member of C.Y.O., Joan 
enjoys dancing and horseback riding. 
She dislikes homework. ..occasionally 
works as a secretary for her father. 
She aspires to become either a hair- 
dresser or a secretary. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12 




DORELLA C. RICHARD 

Dora is primarily interested in the 
nursing field and hopes to go into it 
upon graduation from college. She 
likes cars, boats and all types of sports. 

Gymnastics 10 




ALICE F. RICHARDS 

Al enjoys watching baseball games 
and reading. After college she would 
like to become a medical technologist. 

Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Campus 11, 12; F.N.A. 12 



ROBERT D. RICHARDSON 

Bob, a sports enthusiast, hopes to 
enter a field of science after attending 
college and graduate school. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 
12; Opening Ex. 10, 12; Jr. Usher; 
Student Council 11, 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 





JUDITH A. RICHMOND 

Judy enjoys surfing and horseback 
riding. She hopes to attend Ohio State 
University in the fall. 

Honors 10, 11; Gymnastics Team 10, 
11, 12; Library Staff 11; Riding Club 
11; F.N.A. 12; Ski Club 12 



KAREN M. RITCHIE 

Karen enjoys reading, attending foot- 
ball and basketball games, and driv- 
ing. She would like to become a 
stenographer after high school and 
buy her own car. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11; 
F.H.A. 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Honors 
11; Campus Sec't. 12; Riding Club 12; 
Library Ass't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 
80 



WILLIAM J. RITZ 

Billy works part-time at Curtis Farms 
...a member of the Stop & Shop soft- 
ball team, he enjoys all sports, especial- 
ly golf, baseball, and Softball. ..hopes 
to further his education at Northeast- 



Winter Track 10; Wrestling 11; Hon- 
ors 1 1 




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KENNETH E. RITCHIE 

Cars, hunting, fishing, and baseball 
keep Rich busy when he is not working 
at the print shop. ..his ambition is to 
become a good printer. 

Open House 10, 11; Student Council 
10, 11, 12 



CHRISTOPHER H. ROBBINS 

Chris hopes to go to college after 
graduation and pursue a career as a 
naturalist. Among his main interests 
are riding, skiing, and swimming. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Outdoor Club 11; 
V. Pres. 12; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11, 12; 
Kev Club 12 





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ELAINE L. ROBERTS 

Elaine is quiet and friendly to all. She 
plans to enter the business world after 
graduation. 




BETTE J. ROBINSON 

Bette is primarily interested in nursing, 
and works as a volunteer at Quincy 
City Hospital. She also enjoys attend- 
ing football and basketball games. 

F.N.A. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 



JUDITH E. ROBINSON 

Judy, who enjoys all types of music 
from classical to folk, has been study- 
ing the organ for seven years... hopes 
to become a church organist. Her 
plans for the future include attending 
college and majoring in biology. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Library Ass't. 
11, 12; Campus 11, 12 




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KATHLEEN ROBINSON 

Kathy enjoys winter sports, particular- 
ly skiing.. .participates in C.Y.O. ac- 
tivities. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Mrs. 
Orton's Sec't. 




LEONARD J. ROBINSON 

Len, intelligent and quiet, enjoys camp- 
ing and archery. He hopes to acquire 
a Ph.D. and become a college pro- 
fessor. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Science Club 10; 
Chess Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Key Club 11; Pres. 12; Outdoor Club 
11, 12 





STEVEN E. ROBINSON 

Steve, friendly to everyone, has a good 
sense of humor.. .enjoys skindiving... 
dislikes long homework assignments. 

Monitor 10, 11; Student Council 11; 
J.M.S.V.C. 10; Talent Show 10; Jr. 
Usher; High Honors 11 




STEPHEN K. ROCKWOOD 

Steve enjoys canoeing and fishing in 
his spare time when not working... 
hopes to go into hotel and restaurant 
management after preparation in col- 
lege. 

Cafe. Worker 11 




PATRICIA M. ROGERS 

Pat's interests include swimming, rid- 
ing, and nursing. She hopes to enter 
the nursing field upon graduation. She 
dislikes people who crack their knuck- 
les. 




MARIANNE T. ROONEY 

Marianne enjoys water skiing and 
swimming in her spare timc.Bentley 
School of Accounting is next for her... 
becomes peeved at.people who are not 
on time. 




THOMAS M. ROONEY 

Tom enjoys football, skin diving, and 
mountain climbing in his spare time... 
likes short blondes with blue eyes, but 
dislikes girls with a lot of makeup. 

Intramurals 10 



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ESTELLE H. ROSEBACH 

Stelle, who enjoys singing and swim- 
ming, plans to attend Mansfield Beauty 
Academy to become a beautician. Her 
dislikes include homework and people 
who say one thing and do another. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11; Reflector 
Sec't. 12 



PATRICIA A. ROSTOHAR 

Pat, a part-time salesgirl at Filene's, 
finds that swimming and skating oc- 
cupy her spare time.. .always enjoys 
having a good time. 

Monitor 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





ALLAN G. ROSS 

Al is a member of the Braintree Drum 
and Bugle Corps in his spare time... 
also enjoys sports, especially hockey 
and football. 



JOAN M. ROUMELES 

Joan. ..likes pizza and happy people... 
spends her spare time working. Upon 
graduation she plans to attend the 
State College at Bridgewater and hopes 
to become a French teacher. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Foreign Lang. 
Ass't. 10; High Honors 10, 11; Sr. 
Norn. Comm.; F'.T.A. 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 




MARY E. Rl'BBO 

Mary, lively and fun-loving, likes hap- 
py people, but dislikes quiet people. 

Monitor 10; Pep Club 10. 11; Mr. 
Power's Sec't. 12 






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LOUIS W. RUSSELL 

Active and popular Louie has a keen 
interest in all sports. ..he seems certain 
to find success in business. 

Football 10; Chess Club 11; Pep Club 
12 



PAULA M. RYDER 

Paula, who is active in C.Y.O., enjoys 
painting, drama, basketball, and ten- 
nis in her spare time. Her future plans 
include attending Brandeis or Brvn 
Mawr to study law or social work. 

Dramatic Club 10; Reflector 10, 11, 
Ass't. Ed. 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; In- 
tramurals 10; Debate Club 12 




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STEVEN A. RUSCONI 

Steve is a friendly person who enjoys 
music and flying. His ambition is to 
be a meteorologist or a pilot upon 
graduation from college. 

Chess Club 11; Pres. 12 



JEFFREY P. RYAN 

Athletic Jay is an avid golfer. He 
plans to further his education at col- 
lege. 

J.V. Basketball 10; Golf 10, 11, 12; 
Pep Club 11, 12 



DAVID C. RYNNE 

If Dave isn't working on a car, you 
may find him on the wrestling mat. 
Water sports are also very popular 
with him. 

Cafe. Monitor 11: Wrestling 10. 11 




ELIZABETH J. SADLIER 

Bettv, who is a C.Y.O. sports enthusi- 
ast, spends her extra time working as 
a salesgirl at Raymond's. ..likes friend- 
ly people. Bettv hopes to attend busi- 
ness school and become a private sec- 
retary. 

Pep Club 10. 11; Cafe. Worker 10; 
F.B.L.A. 11 




PAMELA M. SAINT 

A friendly and enthusiastic girl, Pam 
will be a success as an elementary 
school teacher after she graduates from 
either Boston or BridgewaterStateCol- 
lege. She is now working as a cashier 
at Turnstyle in Quincy. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus Jr. Sales Staff; 
Campus 12 




THEODORE J. SALVATI 

Ted, a basketball fan, plans to become 
an auto body repairman.. .likes cars. 




GAIL E. SAN DB ERG 

Gail, a likable and friendly person, 
enjoys sewing and sailing. After at- 
tending Jackson College, she plans a 
career in mathematics. 

High Honors 10, 11; Language As- 
sembly 10; Monitor 10; Fashion Show; 
F.N.A. 12; V. Pres. 11; Jr. Campus 
Sales Staff; Campus 12; J.M.S.V.C. 
11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep.; Pep Club 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 



RICHARD P. SANTO 

For the future Rich hopes to attend 
college. He likes C. B. Radio, basket- 
ball, football, and surfing. 

Track 11, 12 





MICHAEL J. SARACENO 

Mike, a boy who enjoys all sports 
from hockey to baseball, hopes to en- 
ter college next year where he will train 
as a draftsman. 

Chess Club 10, 11; Hockey 10 



GAIL M. SATTERLUND 

Gail, who enjoys water skiing, likes 
summer vacations. ..dislikes boys who 
are late for dates. ..hopes to attend col- 
lege and then become an airline stew- 
ardess. 

Gymnastics 10; Riding Club 10, 11; 
Pep Club 10, 11 




THERESA C. SCANLON 

Swimming and ice skating keep Terry 
busy on her off hours. ..likes to dance, 
meet friendly people, and eat pizza. 
After graduation, she would like to at- 
tend college and teach in the elementary 
grades. 

Chess Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 11. 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12 




GERALDINE SCHNEIDER 

Gerrie hopes to become a secretary or 
work with office machines. ..bowling, 
tennis, and sewing occupy her time. 
Her pet peeve is teachers who give too 
much homework. 

Cafe. Worker 10; Fashion Show 10, 
11, 12; Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11; 
Student Sec't. 12 




JAMES M. SCHRAUT 

An active member of C.Y.O. and an 
avid sports fan, Jim intends to go to 
Fitchburg or Stonehill where he will 
become a teacher. 

Baseball 10. 11, 12; Football 10 




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SANDRA L. SCOTT 

Sandy enjoys skiing and swimming... 
plans for a future education at the 
University of Massachusetts. 

Spectrum 10; Ski Club 11; Riding 
(Hub 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




JANET G. SCRIBNER 

Janet hopes to attend Bridgewater State 
College next year where she will major 
in physical education. She enjoys 
sports and stock car races. 

Monitor 10; Intramurals 10; Fashion 
Show 10, 11, 12; A.V. 10, U, 12; 
F.T.A. 12 



JANET L. SEAGER 

Jan who is an accomplished batonist 
also enjoys basketball and swimming. 
Next year she hopes to attend business 
school and later become a secretary. 

Pep Club 10; Majorette 11, Head Ma- 
jorette 12; F.B.L.A. 11; Shorthand 
Cert. 60; F.H.A. 12 




CHARLES S. SELLERS 

Carefree and likable, Charlie enjoys 
sailing and hunting. After attending 
the Maine Maritime Academy, heplans 
to join the Merchant Marine. 

Track 10; Camera Club 10; Ski Club 
11; Riding Club Treas. 11, Pres. 12 



CHRISTINE A. SERA FIN] 

When Chris isn't working at the soda 
fountain she takes special interest in 
ice skating and water sports. Her 
ambition is to become a bookkeeper or 
a typist. 

Student Council 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





WILLIAM R. SHAW 

Bill, an active participant in ice hockey 
and football, plans to enter the field of 
engineering after graduating. His pet 
peeve is people who ask too many 
questions. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Band 10,11,12 



SHIRLEYANN SHEEHAN 

Shirley ann's special interests are or- 
gan, piano, and water skiing. After 
attending college she plans to become 
an elementary school teacher. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; Chess Club 11; Pep 
Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12 




FRANCIS E. SHEPPARD, JR. 

An active member of the C.Y.O., Shep 
also enjoys swimming and bowling... 
his spare time is spent working at the 
Weymouth Twin Drive-in as an usher. 

A.V. Club 10, 11, 12; Library Ass 't. 11 




SANDRA L. SHEPPARD 

Sandy, who is interested in rollerskat- 
ing and bowling, is also active in 
C.Y.O.... hopes to become a hairdresser. 

Library Staff 10; F.H.A. 11, 12; Fash- 
ion Show 1 1, 12 




STEVEN G. SHEPPARD 

"Bomber" can be found pursuing his 
interests in pool or bowling when he 
isn't working... hates getting up for 
school in the morning. 




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FRANCIS J. SHERIDAN 

Frank, who likes acting and singing, 
also attends C.Y.O. regularly. His 
plans for the future include college and 
a career in foreign languages. 

Paperback Book Store 10; Opening Ex. 
10; Dramatic Club; Treas. 10; Bye 
Bye Birdie; Brigadooti; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
12; Chorus 11, 12; One Act Play Fest. 
10, 11; Theatre Arts Club 11, Treas. 
12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 




DIANE F. SHIELDS 

An all-around girl who will go far with 
her warm personality, Diane would 
like to go on to college at U. of Mass. 

Student Council 10, 11; Cafe. Monitor 

10, 11; Soph. Party Comm.; Fashion 
Show 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, Pres. 12; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Prom Comm.; 
Campus Sales Staff 11, 12; Ski Club 

11, 12; French Club 12; Bye Bye Bird- 
ie; and Talent Show Usherette; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 



KENNETH J. SHORE 

"Shorty", a photography bug and 
football enthusiast, likes sport car 
races and boats. ..dislikes horse races. 
In the future he hopes to become an 
I.B.M. operator. 

A-Y Club 10, 11, 12 




JAMES F. SHORTALL 

An active member of C.Y.O... Jimmy 
enjoys all sports. ..would like to go to 
Bentley College and then into business 
administration. 




KENNETH L. SIMON 

To gain a full understanding of people 
and life is Ken's main ambition. At 
present he keeps busy with school ac- 
tivities and a part-time job. ..in his free 
time he enjoys boating and water ski- 
ing. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, Jr. Chairman, Sr. 
Chairman; Bye Bye Birdie; A-Y Club 
11, 12; \Vey. High Chorale 11, 12; 
Brigadooti; Theater Arts Club 12 





RICHARD D. SIMPKINS 

A member of the winter and spring 
track teams, Whitev also participates 
in a number of other sports. Science 
and coin collections interest him. ..he 
plans to attend Northeastern next fall. 

Intramurals 10; Winter and Spring 
Track 10, 11, Captain 12 




DEAN R. SJOSTEDT 

Good-natured and friendly, Dean is a 
skin-diving enthusiast, and loves the 
fresh air. ..college at the U. of Indiana 
is next for him. 

Intramurals 10; Wrestling 11, 12 




BRIAN F. SLACK 

An admirer of girls and cars, Brian 
plans to go on to the service and later 
become a policeman. ..his pet peeve is 
draft card burners. 




ALLEAH SMITH 

Alleah, quiet and charming, plans to 
attend business school. 

Pep Club 11; Chess Club 11; F.H.A. 
11, Sec't. 12 




CAROLE V. SMITH 

A participant in all sports, Ginnie likes 
meeting new people.. .dislikes unfriend- 
ly people. She hopes to attend busi- 
ness school and become a missionary 
or practical nurse. 

Riding Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; 
Chess Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11. 12; Ski 
Club 11 



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DAVID 1). SMITH 

Model car building, pool, and auto- 
mobiles are Dave's special interests... 
likes travelling and meeting new people 
...hopes to attend art school and study 
automotive design. 




DONNA J. SMITH 

Donna likes good friendships and hav- 
ing fun. ..students with no school spirit 
annoy her. She is active in Rainbow 
and school activities. ..plans to work 
two years and then go on to college 
to become a lab technician. 

Chess Club 11; F.H.A. 11, 12; F.N.A. 
12; Pep Club 12 



GAYLE M. SMITH 

Cayle, an active and cheerful girl, 
hopes to become a secretary after at- 
tending business school... likes football 
and basketball. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; 
F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 
60; Mrs. Magraw's Sec't.; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 




KATHLEEN A. SMITH 

Honesty and sincerity are qualities 
Kathy admires most in people. A 
part-time salesgirl, she still finds time 
for playing the guitar and horseback 
riding. Kathy will enter nursing 
school next fall to prepare for her 
career. 

Dramatic Club 10; Spectrum 10; Rid- 
ing Club 12; F.N.A. 12; Theatre Arts 
Club 12 




NANCY S. SMITH 

Nancy, lively and outgoing, can often 
be found "behind the wheel". W hen 
not driving. Nancy occupies herself 
with sewing and designing her own 
wardrobe. 

Cafe. Monitor 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Gymnastics 11, 12; Campus H.R. 
Rep. il; Campus 12; Bye Bye Birdie; 
Fashion Show 11; F.H.A. 12; F.T.A. 
12 




SUSAN K. SNOW 

Friendly and enjoyable.. .Sue delights 
in playing the violin, sewing, skiing, 
and swimming. She'll be a sure suc- 
cess as an elementary school teacher 
after attending a liberal arts college. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club 
10; High Honors 10; Honors 11; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Or- 
chestra 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Language 
Assembly 10; Campus 11, 12 




JOSEPH F. SNYDER 

Joseph, active in C.Y.O., is also a 
volunteer counselor at St. Coletta's... 
he hopes to attend Cardinal O'Connell 
Seminary and to enter the priesthood. 

Library Ass't. 10, 11, 12; Dramatic 
Club 10; F.T.A. 12 



KATHERINE S. SPARGO 

Kathy, who w r orked as a junior coun- 
selor at a summer camp, enjoys books, 
water sports, and Gilbert and Sullivan. 
She plans to attend college to become 
a teacher. 

High Honors 10, 11; Re/lector 11, 12; 
Campus 11, 12; Library Ass't. 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 11, 12;J.M.S.V.C.ll,12;Merit 
Scholarship Letter Commend. 12 




MICHAEL F. SPANO 

Involved in a number of activities and 
sports at Archbishop Williams, Mike 
transferred to W eymouth High for his 
senior year. He enjoys summer sports 
especially water skiing and surfing. 



PHYLLIS SPENCER 

Phyllis, an excellent bowler, also en- 
joys horseback riding.. .dislikes being 
called by her twin sister's name.. .likes 
sleeping late. She is now working at 
W'oolworth's as a waitress. 



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NORMAN L. SPINNEY 

"Satch", a future history teacher, is a 
member of his church basketball team 
...likes girls with long hair. 

Chorus 10, 11; Key Club 11, 12; Pep 
Club 12; Bye Bye Birdie 



JEANNE E. SPRING 

Jeanne, an active and lively girl, will 
go far with her personality as a fash- 
ion buyer or secretary for a company 
that deals with fashions. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 11; 
Campus 11, 12; Sec't. for Mr. Warren 
and Mr. Medici; Shorthand Certs. 60, 
80, 100 




RALPH SPINOSA III 

Buddy explores his interest in cars by 
working at a gas station... he dislikes 
noisy people. 



SARA C. SPRITZA 

Sara likes hot fudge sundaes, parties, 
and basketball games. ..plans to train 
at Northeastern as a dental hygienist 
or laboratory technician. 

Intramurals 10; Jr. Party Comm.; 
Campus 11, 12; Grad. Dance Comm.; 
H.R. Treas. 12 



RICHARD F. STANTON 

Richard is a quiet boy who enjoys 
sports, particularly baseball.. .his pet 
peeve — the late bell. 





CARL D. STEINEMER 

Photography and rifle firing are 
among Carl's favorite pastimes. He 
plans to go into the Navy and to train 
as a sheet metal worker. 



RALPH R. STEPHENS 

Water skiing, football and math are 
Ralph's special interests... hopes to en- 
ter Wentworth Institute this fall. Now 
he may be seen working at Friendly 's 
in Hingham Plaza. 

Talent Show 10, 11; A.V. Club 10, 11, 
12; Football 10; Bye Bye Birdie 




JUDITH L. STEVENS 

Judy plans to study two years in col- 
lege and hopes to become either an 
airline stewardess or a foreign lan- 
guage secretary. A member of the Ski 
Club, she can often be seen skiing over 
the white, snow-covered slopes of New 
Hampshire. 

Foreign Lang. Ass'y. 10; Honors 10; 
Ski Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; 
Spanish Tutor 12 




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DONALD STEWART 

Don is undecided about his future... 
works at MacDonald's. 

Winter Track 10; Spring Track 10 




DOUGLAS M. STEWART 

Doug plans to attend either Wentworth 
or Franklin Institute to train as an 
electronics technician. Presendy em- 
ployed at the Barr Engraving Com- 
pany, he enjoys surfing, hunting, and 
drag racing. 




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NANCY A. STOCKBRIDGE 

A football fan, Nancy's ambition is to 
work abroad. ..employed part-time as 
a sales clerk. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




CARL F. STONE 

New England Y.M.C.A. Judo Cham- 
pion, Carl looks for success in law or 
criminology... active in DeMolay as 
Orator. 

Dramatic Club 10, 11, 12; Theatre 
Arts Club 11, Pres. 12; Chem. Lab. 
Ass't. 11; Riding Club 11; Brigadoon 




EDWARD W. STONE 

Ed, a member of DeMolay, enjoys 
playing drums. ..plans to attend 
Bridgewater State College after gradu- 
ation and then become a French teach- 



Outdoor Club 12 




ANDREW T. STRAZ 

Andy, whose interests lie in folk guitar 
and swimming, plans to enter the field 
of aeronautical engineering. 

Winter Track 11, 12; Spring Track 
11, 12; Cross Country 12 





JANICE M. SULLIVAN 

Jan hopes to attend I.B.M. School or 
to become a hairdresser. ..likes bowl- 
ing.. .boys with long hair displease her. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





JOHN F. SULLIVAN 

Most interested in mechanical draw- 
ing, "Sull" plans a career as an en- 
gineer after attending Wentworth or 
Northeastern. ..his pet peeve is short 
skirts. 

Monitor 10 



JOSEPH R. SULLIVAN 

Joey is active in C.Y.O. basketball, 
and likes a number of other sports. 
He plans to attend college and hopes 
for business success. 

Ski Club 12 




JUNE H. SULLIVAN 

June's warm personality and lively 
sense of humor will bring her success 
as an airline stewardess. 

Student Activity 10; Talent Show 10, 
11; Chorus 10, 11; Monitor 11, 12; 
Cheerleader 11, Head 12; Glee Club 
11; Bye Bye Birdie; Fashion Show 11; 
Sr. Play Usherette; Brigadoon; Cam- 
pus Sales Staff 11, 12 




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KATHLEEN A. SULLIVAN 

After a college education, Kathy hopes 
to teach mentally-retarded children... 
during her free time she likes to read... 
is annoyed by too much homework. 

F.H.A. 11; F.B.L.A. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 60 



LINDA J. SULLIVAN 

Linda, when not working as a sales- 
girl at Woolworth's, spends her time 
playing basketball and softball. After 
graduation she hopes to enter secre- 
tarial work or hairdressing. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Shorthand Certs. 
60, 80, 100; Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12 




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NANCY B. SULLIVAN 

"Sully" likes the Surf and McDonald's 
...her hobbies include swimming and 
dancing. 

Pep Club 10, 11 




DIANE M. SWAN 

Roller skating, swimming, and music 
occupy much of Swanee's time. She 
dislikes vegetables and snobby people 
...plans a career in the secretarial field. 

Fashion Show 11; F.B.L.A. 12 



CATHLEEN R. SWEENEY 

Cathy, a member of the Horizon Club 
and the Council of Camp Fire Girls, 
intends to become a foreign language 
teacher after college. Swimming and 
reading occupy her free time. 

Chorus 10, 11; Honors 10; Glee Club 
11, 12; Bye Bye Birdie; Brigadoon; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; French Club 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 




MARI ALYCE V. SWEENEY 

Sween spends her time teaching reli- 
gion and taking drama lessons. She 
came to Weymouth High from Penn- 
sylvania for her senior year. 

Theatre Arts 12 




TIMOTHY W. SWEENEY 

Tim, who likes track, playing the 
drums, and mechanical drawing, plans 
to become a draftsman after he has 
taken a P.G. course in structural de- 
sign. 

Sr. Prom Comm.; Spring Track 10, 
11, 12; Talent Show 10; Cross Coun- 
try 11; Winter Track 11, 12; Band 10, 
11, Pres. 12 





DIANE SWETT 

Diane enjoys music, especially Bob 
Dylan. ..dislikes "squares" and con- 
ceited people. 




WALLACE W. SWETT 

Wally likes horseback riding, swim- 
ming, dancing, and individualists. He 
dislikes things to be normal.. .plans to 
attend art school. 

Dramatics 10; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Bye Bye Birdie 




F. KENNETH SWLMM 

Different from most boys, Ken likes 
girls who talk a lot. ..maybe, that's 
why he's so popular with them! When 
not working at Capitol Mkt., he can 
be found working on cars. ..hopes to 
become a draftsman. 




ROBERT E. SWIMM 

Completely at home around cars and 
boats. Bob intends to join the Navy 
and later become a sheet metal work- 
er. ..dislikes school lunches. 




STEVEN W. TAGEN 

Steve, one of Weymouth's most active 
athletes, participates in football, 
weightlifting, and track. Modern art 
and novels appeal to Steve. He plans 
to attend college and major in mathe- 
matics. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Weight Lifting 10. 
11, 12; Winter Track 12; Spring Track 
12 



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JUDITH E. TAUBERT 

As Worthy Advisor of Rainbow, Judy 
has become the life-long friend of many 
girls. She also likes basketball and 
teaching Sunday School. ..hopes to at- 
tend Bridgewater. 

Public Speaking 10; F.H.A. 11, Vlce- 
Pres. 12; Campus 12 




MARSHA J. TAYLOR 

Marsha, an excellent artist, enjoys 
drawing, driving and swimming... 
would like to study art further and 
then teach in the Peace Corps. 

Campus Art Staff 12 




STEPHEN J. TAYLOR 

No admirer of women drivers. Fuzzy 
enjoys racing cars and wants to build 
hot rods. 




WILLIAM R. TEASDALE 

Tease, a fan of all sports, also likes to 
dance. After graduation he plans to 
enter a liberal arts college... he is pres- 
ently employed at a machine shop. 

Football 10; Basketball 10; Pep Club 
12 




DONALD W. TEED 

Football, weightlifting, and baseball 
are some of Donald's interests. ..he 
plans to enter college after graduation. 

Wrestling Team 1 1 



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CARL I. TESTA 

Tennis and football are tops on Carl's 
list of interests. ..dislikes egotism. Elec- 
trical engineering lies in Carl's future 
after he graduates from Northeastern. 

Winter Track 11; Key Club 12; Math 
Club 12; Wrestling 12 





ELIZABETH A. TERRY 

A future music teacher, Liz enjoys her 
guitar and plans to attend Boston 
University. 

Talent Show 10; Glee Club 11, 12; 
Chorus 10, 12; Rrigadoon 



SANDRA A. THEODORE 

Talkative and carefree, Sandy likes 
having a good time when not working 
as a salesgirl at Gilchrist's in Quincy. 

F.B.L.A. 11 




KENNETH W. THOMPSON 

Football, basketball, golf, and base- 
ball are among Ken's interests... works 
part-time at Whitey's Bakery. ..plans 
to further his education in college. 

Cafe. Worker 10; Honors 10 




PATRICK J. THOMPSON 

Pat enjoys water sports and football. 
He is also interested in architectural 
drafting. His ambition is to travel 
across the U.S. and enjoy life to the 
fullest. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Cap and Gown 
Comm.; Class Rep. 12 



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FREDERICK A. THORNLEY 

Art enjoys golf and tennis. He is also 
interested in drawing and designing, 
and plans to become an architect. 

Honors 10; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




SANDRA A. THORNTON 

Sandy enjoys girls' track, basketball, 
and playing the piano. ..she likes loud 
music and friendly people. ..intends to 
become a nurse. ..can be found work- 
ing in a bakery in her spare time. 

F.N.A. 10 




JUDY L. THURSTON 

Judy, who works as a nurse's aide at 
a local nursing home, plans to become 
a beautician. ..she enjoys dancing, mu- 
sic, boating, and all sports. 

Pep Club 10; Chorus 10; Intramurals 
10 




NANCY E. TIEWS 

Nancy's special interests include sew- 
ing, sports and art. Her ambition is 
to become a designer after studying 
at Peabody. 



DONNA F. TILDEN 

After playing a good game of tennis, 
Donna works part-time as a dental 
assistant. Next year she plans to at- 
tend art school. 

Tennis Team 10, 11; Campus Art 
Staff 12 





LINDA A. TISE 

When not earning money at Alston 
Studios, Linda enjoys dancing, the 
radio, and records. ..dislikes unfriendly 
people. 

Pep Club 10, 11 



LINDA A. TIVNAN 

Tiv, who likes dancing at the Surf, 
hopes to become an elementary school 
teacher after attending Bridgewater. 
She dislikes boring people. 

Foods Club 10; Pep Club 11; H.R. 
Mesngr. 11, 12 





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JOYCE A. TOLKEN 

Athletic and musical, Joyce plans to 
attend U. Mass. and become a physi- 
cal education instructor. ..enjoys music 
and would like to play in a jazz band. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11, 
12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Talent Show 10; 
Weymouth Civic Band 




PETER F. TOMA 

Pete enjoys all sports, especially basket- 
ball. After graduation, he would like 
to go to college but is undecided about 
a future career. 

Intramural Basketball 10 




LESLIE A. TORNEY 

Les, a friendly girl whose special in- 
terest lies in the field of art, aspires to 
become a stewardess or a teacher. ..dis- 
likes phony people and getting up in 
the morning. 

Honors 10; Pep Club 12; Lang. Ass't. 
12; Brigadooiy F.T.A. 12; Spanish 
Tutor 12 




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DIANE M. TOSE 

"Di", an active girl with a wide variety 
of interests. ..aspires to become an ele- 
mentary school teacher. She likes 
food, dancing at the Surf, and friendly 
people. 

Pep Club 10, 12; Student Council 10; 
Soph. Party Comm.; Gymnastic Team 
10; Jr. Prom Comm.; Riding Club 11; 
Ski Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Sr. Play 
Usherette 




ELAINE F. TOWLE 

Lainey, friendly and sincere, likes sew- 
ing and sports... works part-time in a 
drug store. ..plans to become a French 
teacher after a college education. 

Pep Club 10; Library Club 10, 11; 
Riding Club 11, 12; Honors 11; Lang. 
Lab. Ass't.; 12; F.T.A. 12; SkiClub 12; 
H.R. Treas. 12 



ANNE M. TRAVERS 

Anne, a future legal secretary, hopes 
to attend Quincy Junior College. When 
not working at the library in East 
Weymouth, she enjoys sewing and 
badminton... dislikes procrastinators. 

Library Ass't. 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Fashion Show 10; Teachers' Conven- 
tion 11; F.H.A. 12; Library Sec't. 12 




JAMES A. TRESSEL 

Jamie likes track, skiing, and playing 
the guitar. ..an officer of DeMolay, he 
dislikes conceited girls and talkative 
boys. ..plans to become a chemist after 
college. 

A.V. 10; Talent Show 10; Spring 
Track 11; Key Club; Chem. Lab. Ass't. 
11; Outdoor Club 12 




MARY TRIANDAFILOS 

Mary, a fun-loving person, enjoys 
dancing, sports, parties and people. 
She will be a sure success as a stenog- 
rapher. 

Spectrum Typist 10; Shorthand Tutor 
11; Bookkeeping Tutor 11; Mr. Long- 
ridge's Sec't. 12 





NORA D. TRINGALE 

Nora is a real individual who likes 
tennis, folk music, and skiing... a col- 
lege education lies ahead for her. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 
12; F.T.A. 11, Sec't. 12: Theatre Arts 
11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12 




RICHARD R. TROTTO 

Rich likes tropical fish and deep-sea 
fishing as well as playing pool and 
football. ..dislikes "busy work" type of 
homework. 




ROBERT C. TROYAN 

To become a business lawyer is Bob's 
ambition. ..likes listening to Barbra 
Streisand. ..hates to get up in the morn- 
ing. He also participates in football, 
golf, and soccer. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 12; Key 
Club 12; Riding Club 12; Ski Club 12; 
Track 12; Theatre Arts Club 12 



EILEEN M. TULLY 

Eye, a friendly nurse's aide at Pope's 
Nursing Home, hopes to become a 
registered nurse... active in C.Y.O.... 
likes swimming, dancing and sincere 
people. 

F.N.A. 12; Ski Club 12 




REGINA M. TWOMEY 

Reg likes folk music, sailing, sewing, 
and playing the organ. Future plans 
include a tour of Europe and a career 
in psychology. 

Ski Club 11; Campus 11. 12; Honors 
11; Grad. Dance Comm. 



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ALBERT A. VAILLENCOURT 

Bert, an avid baseball fan, hopes to 
own his own auto body shop. ..likes 
"mod" clothes and smooth-running 
engines... dislikes haircuts. 




LOUISE VAN BUSKIRK 

Louise, Worthy Advisor of Rainbow, 
likes pizza and riflery... college is in 
her future. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Ski Club 11; Majorette 12; 
Soph. Party; Glee Club 11; Theatre 
Arts Club 11; Dramatic Club 10 



BETTY M. VENO 

Bowling and dancing are high on the 
list of Betty's favorite activities. Hopes 
to become a secretary and then to 
travel. ..dislikes unfriendly people and 
people who boast. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




CATHERINE VENTO 

Kate, happy and smiling, will become 
a teacher after completing college. She 
enjoys reading, playing softball and 
basketball; but dislikes getting up in 
the morning. 

Monitor 10 




DOUGLAS L. VERBECK 

Ice hockey, guitar, cars, basketball, 
and church fellowship occupy most of 
"Verb's" time... an education at Frank- 
lin or Wentworth will be followed by a 
career as an electronics technician. 

Gymnastic Team 10; Student Gov't. 
10, 11; Honor Roll 10, 11; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12 





BRIAN A. VIAU 

Brian likes wild clothes, boats, and 
automobiles.. .dislikes haircuts... hopes 
to go to Franklin Institute. 

Auto Body 10; Open House 10, 11 




DARLENE L. VICKERY 

Darlene spends her time doing part- 
time work at Mr. Donut in Braintree. 
She dislikes conceited people. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Campus Sales Rep 
11 




PHYLLIS E. VILLENEUVE 

Phyllis, an active member of Rainbow, 
enjoys reading and singing. She 
would like to attend college and be- 
come a medical social worker. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Dramatic Club Vice- 
Pres. 10; Soph. Play; Chorus 10, 11, 
12; Student Activity 10; Theatre Arts 
11, Sec't. 12; Bye Bye Birdie; Glee 
Club 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; F.T.A. 
11; Majorette 12; Brigadoon; Campus 
Sales Mgr. 12 




ROSE ANN A. VINCI 

Rose Ann enjoys all sports. ..dislikes 
snobby people... likes people with a 
good sense of humor. 




PRISCILLA L. VIOLETTE 

Junior college and a career as a medi- 
cal secretary lie ahead for Pris... inter- 
ested in all sports, but can't tolerate 
extremely inquisitive people. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Re/lector H.R. Rep. 
11; Mr. Marshman's Sec't. 12 



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STEVEN A. VIRTA 

Vert is interested in a career in hotel 
management. ..participates both in 
C.Y.O. and Y.M.C.A. basketbalL.es- 
pecially enjoys playing pool. 

Intramurals 10 




JOANNE M. VOELKER 

Jo enjoys bowling and skiing when 
not studying or working at the Rain- 
bow Cleaners. She dislikes conceited 
people. 




RICHARD F. WAITE 

Ricky, who is an advisor and coach 
to Weymouth Park and Babe Ruth 
Baseball Leagues, plans to be a printer 
...likes wild fashions. He dislikes girls 
in curlers. 

Chorus 10, 11; Social Studies Recom- 
mendation Comm. 10, 11, 12; Open 
House 11, 12; Honors 11, 12; Student 
Council 12; Office Duty 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Reflector 
H.R. Rep. 12 




EDWARD P. WALKER 

Edward, an avid golf fan, is complete- 
ly at home around the water. A mem- 
ber of the Weymouth Historical Soci- 
ety, he hopes to take a course in me- 
chanics after graduation. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 
12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 



GAIL M. WALKER 

Gail enjoys Rainbow and participating 
on her church basketball team when 
not working as a dietary aide at South 
Shore Hospital. She hopes to work 
for I.B.M. after graduation. 



Mr. Mahn's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 
Pep Club 12; Sr. Play Usherette 



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CORINNE A. WALSH 

Painting, watching football, and bas- 
ketball games, and C.Y.O. occupy 
much of Corinne's time. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 



KEVIN J. WALSH 

Sports and the Red Sox are among 
Kevin's interests... likes rock n'roll mu- 
sic and submarine sandwiches. 
Crowds and loud people annoy him. 

Key Club 11, 12; Cross Country 10; 
Winter Track 10; Spring Track 10 




WILLIAM E. WALSH 

Bill's ambition is to become a sports 
writer. His special interests include 
boating, playing the guitar and surf- 
ing. Weekends are never long enough 
for him. 




THOMAS S. WARD 

Tom, friendly to all, is a fine athlete. 
He enjoys art and working out of 
doors. ..dislikes people who are not 
considerate of others. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 
12; Student Council 10, 11, 12; Track 
10, 11, 12; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Re- 
flector Art Staff 11, 12; Jr. Usher 




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RUTH E. WATSON" 

Elaine has been both the Vice President 
and President of her church group. 
She hopes to become a practical nurse 
in the future. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12 




EVELYN M. WEBBER 

Evelyn would like to become an air- 
line stewardess in the future. A mem- 
ber of the Drum and Bugle Corps in 
her spare time, she likes long hair, 
and the college look. 




JAMES S. WENCEK 



Jim, a car enthusiast, works as a shoe 
salesman. After college he hopes to 
become a Certified Public Accountant. 



JUDITH M. WHITE 

Judy, friendly and fun to be with, is a 
salesgirl at Remick's in her spare time 
...enjoys all sports and sewing. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club 
10; Soph. Party Comm.; Office Worker 
10; Intramurals 10; Honors 10; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Riding Club 11, 12; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 12; Reflec- 
tor H.R. Rep. 12; F.T.A. 12; French 
Club 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 



CHERYL A. WEEKS 

Sherry would like to attend a business 
school after graduation, preferably 
Burdette, and then become a book- 
keeper. 

Shorthand Cert. 60; Mr. Concannon's 
Sec't. 12 



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JANET A. WELLS 

Janet, who works in a nursing home, 
enjoys archery, reading, and square 
dancing. In the future she would like 
to attend a school of nursing. 



DONALD L. WHITE 

Don is an avid participant in all sports 
as well as being very much interested 
in science. 

Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Football 
Mgr. 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12 



RAYMOND C. WHITE 



Ray, active in all sports, has a great 
personality and is a friend to all. He 
hopes to attend college in the future 
and then become an engineer. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Hockey 10, 11, 
12; Baseball 10; Track 11, 12; Art 
10. 11 



C. GERARD WHITNEY 

Jerry can be found surfing throughout 
the year. ..also enjoys hockey and golf 
...hopes to attend a local college and 
become a high school math teacher. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12; Golf 11, 12; Cross 
Country 11 




DAVID C. WHITNEY 

Dave's main ambition is to strike it 
rich... among his special interests are 
guitars and cars. ..in his spare time 
Dave works as a carpenter. 




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DONALD A. WILCOX 

Amiable Don has no specific likes or 
dislikes. Always to be found around 
cars, he has no definite plans for the 
future. 




GEORGE E. WILLIAMS 

George enjoys all kinds of water sports 
especially skiing. One of his hobbies 
is cars. He spends his spare time 
working as a cook's helper. 

Honors 10 



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NANCY E. WILLIAMS 

Nancy, whose special interests include 
water skiing and baseball, will attend 
a business college to become a sec- 
retary. 

Lib. Ass't. 11, 12; Riding Club 11, 12; 
Reflector Sec't. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




COLLEEN T. WILSON 

Colleen loves horseback riding nd 
attending baseball and football games. 
She plans to go to secretarial school 
after serving in the Peace Corps. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 12 




SUSAN M. WIRTANEN 

Sue enjoys reading, bowling, swim- 
ming, and basketball in her spare 
time. ..also enjoys Spanish. Her ambi- 
tion is to become a teacher after going 
to Bridgewater State College. 

Honors 10; F.T.A. 12 





JAMES A. WOELFEL 

Jama, who would like to become a 
Navy Frogman, particularly enjoys 
swimming. 

Honors 10, 11 




DENNIS S. WOLFE 

Dennis' ambitions include active duty 
in the Navy and marriage. ..his special 
interests include photography, sailing, 
football, and hockey. ..dislikes people 
who gossip and girls who change their 
mood. 

Campus 11 




ELISABETH M. WOLLASTON 

Lisa, cute and full of fun, plans to 
attend Katharine Gibbs Secretarial 
School... likes dancing at the Surf and 
collegiate boys. 

Chorus 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; H.R. 
Mesngr. 11; Mr. Mekeel's Sec't. 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 60 




MAHLON J. WOOD 

A future state policeman, Lonnie can 
now be found working on cars. ..be- 
sides being mechanically inclined, he 
is a talented musician. 

Band 10, 11, 12 




WILLIAM G. WOOD 

"Woody", who enjoys water skiing, 
basketball, surfing, and motorcycles, 
works as a salesman in F. W. Wool- 
worth and Co.. ..His ambition is to 
graduate and make a lot of money. 



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JAMES F. WOOTEN 

Working nights at Philbrick Research- 
ers will give Jim valuable experience. 
This, along with his dedication to his 
work, will surely make him a fine 
chemist. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; High Honors 
10, 11; Key Club 11, 12; Outdoor 
Club 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 



JUDITH F. WRIGHT 

Now working at Kresge's at the South 
Shore Plaza as a waitress, Judi hopes 
to become a medical secretary after 
finishing secretarial school. 

Teachers' Convention 11; H.R. 
Mesngr. 11; Cafe. Worker 12 




ALYCE A. WORRELL 

Football being Alyce's favorite sport, 
she is a fan of Joe Namath. She hopes 
to attend the University of Alabama 
and become either a history teacher or 
legal secretary. 

Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12 



SUSAN G. YETMAN 

Interested in a number of various ac- 
tivities, Sue now works as a dietary 
aide at South Shore Hospital, but 
hopes to become an interior designer. 

Student Activity 10; Reflector Lit. Staff 
10, 11; Honors 10, 11; Campus Art 
Staff 12; Pep Club 12; Riding Club 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 



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JAN M. YOUNG 

Doing volunteer work at South Shore 
Hospital will give Jan valuable experi- 
ence for her career in nursing.. .would 
like to travel in the U.S.A. 

Chorus 10; Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Hon- 
ors 10, 11; Library Ass't. 11; Campus 
Art Staff 12; Pep Club 12; F.N. A. 12; 
Sr. H.R. Treas. 




ROBERT J. ZYLINSKI 

Ham radio, water skiing, and swim- 
ming keep Zip busy when he is not 
working at the Electro Switch Corp. 
He would like to attend Lowell Tech. 
when he graduates. 

Honors 10 




JOAN C. ZAKS 

A busy girl, Joan enjoys all school 
sports, especially basketball and foot- 
ball. She also works at Curtis Farms 
in East Weymouth. Her plans for 
further education include business 
school in Boston. 

Monitor 10; Campus Sales Staff 11; 
Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Pep Club 12; 
Campus Sec't. 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm.; Cafe. Worker 11; F.B.L.A. 
12; Bookkeeping Tutor 12 



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Weymouth High School remembers 
Mr. Paul 0. Ritchie, late Assistant Prin- 
cipal of Weymouth High School Annex, 
who generously devoted his life to teach- 
ing and guiding others. Weymouth 
also remembers Kevin Leary and Nor- 
man Miller. 

Their memories will linger long 
after Death. 



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Throughout our three years at 
Weymouth High School, participation 
in extra-curricular activities has brought 
us into meaningful contact with one 
another. 

We have learned the value of co- 
operation, of working and planning 
with our fellow classmates to reach the 
goals which we have set. Together we 
have given of ourselves so that others 
may benefit. We realize the need for 
people helping people. 

Through participation we have de- 
veloped a strong sense of school spirit 
and of pride in our school, whose stand- 
ard we are eager to uphold. 

STUDENT 
ACTIVITIES 



Participation has developed in us 
also the quality of leadership. The ma- 
turity and self-confidence gained will 
accompany us in all our future en- 
deavors. As we direct others toward 
new levels of achievement, we ourselves 
are realizing new horizons and con- 
stantly broadening our knowledge and 
understanding. We have discovered 
the true value of friendship, and have 
grown physically, intellectually, and 
spiritually. 




KEY CLUB 



The Weymouth High School Key 
Club, which is sponsored by the Wey- 
mouth Kiwanis Club, is active in both 
the school and community. By serving 
their community, the boys develop qual- 
ities of leadership and service which en- 
able them to become better future citi- 
zens. 

During the holiday seasons, the 
club distributes food baskets to needy 
families in the town. This Thanksgiving 
the club members published a souvenir 
football program. They also assisted 
the guidance department in preparing 
for a "College Night." In June the club 
will award a scholarship to a worthy 
senior. 

The Key Club officers are: Leonard 
Robinson, President; Thomas Ash, Vice 
President; Douglas Franklin, Secretary; 
Richard Kelly, Treasurer. 




Leonard Robinson opens the meeting with a rap of the gavel. 




The officers and Mr. Daly assemble after the meeting for discussion. 
(L. toR.) Leonard Robinson, Thomas Ash. Mr. Daly, Douglas Frank- 
lin, Richard Kelly. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 





New ideas for discussion are brought up by the Student Council members. 




The officers work under the supervision of Miss Martinez, advisor. 
Bentley, Miss Martinez, Peter Piatt, Elena Materia, Bob Richardson. 



John Aherne, Elaine 



Linda Saas, Judy Doble, Leslie McKinnon, and Marilyn 
Putney talk over the issues at hand. 



Providing the student body with the 
opportunity of voicing their ideas and 
opinions is the purpose of the Student 
Council. While serving their class- 
mates, they also develop a valuable 
sense of responsibility and leadership. 

Under the supervision of Miss 
Martinez, this year's officers: Peter 
Piatt, President; Judy O'Donnell, Vice 
President; Elena Materia, Secretary; 
John Aherne, Treasurer; Elaine Bentley, 
Corresponding Secretary; and Robert 
Richardson, Parliamentarian, lead the 
discussions on various school activities 
and functions. They have sponsored 
dances, the production of Brigadoon, 
and the annual Talent Show. The 
members also act as ushers at various 
school functions and as monitors in the 
cafeteria. Another function of the Stu- 
dent Council is providing transporta- 
tion to away games and the Tech Tour- 
ney. As additional activity this year 
the Student Council conducted a collec- 
tion for the Globe Santa which proved 
very successful. 

The representatives meet regularly 
to plan these activities and to discuss 
the new decisions. The student body is 
always welcome at these meetings to 
express their own ideas and opinions. 



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The Math Club endea\ors to deepen and broaden an interest and understanding of mathematics in its members. 

MATH CLUB 



The fourth dimension is just one of 
the many mathematical mysteries pond- 
ered by the Weymouth High Math Club. 
Under the direction of Mr. Swanson, 
the club holds weekly meetings in which 
members discuss new mathematical con- 
cepts, explore new areas of math, or 
even hold informal tutoring sessions. 
The four most outstanding members 
comprise the Math Team which com- 
petes with other South Shore Math 
Teams to test their knowledge and pro- 
ficiency in that subject. For all the 
members, the Math Club provides an 
excellent opportunity to develop their 
interest and abilities in mathematics 
and introduces to them the new dis- 
coveries in the world of numbers. 




The officers collaborate on a particularly challenging problem. Joanne Palmieri, Ed 
Xaas, Pauline Izdebski. 



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F.H.A. 



At home in the kitchen, mem- 
bers prepare the meeting's 
refreshments. 





Members discuss new projects with their advisor, Mrs. Swain. 



Aiming "Toward New Horizons" 
the members of the Future Homemakers 
of America strive to help others im- 
prove personal, family, and community 
living. With love and understanding 
they improve their characters and help 
others. The members brought happi- 
ness to the less-fortunate children at 
Wrentham State by conducting a special 
Christmas program. They also accom- 
plished various projects, which benefit- 



ted others, during the year. By attend- 
ing regular meetings, the members are 
able to learn the goals and valuable 
qualities of a successful homemaker. 
They promote an appreciation of home- 
making and emphasize the importance 
of a good home and community life. 
The contributions which they make will 
aid themselves and others as future 
homemakers, who will influence com- 
munity life in the world. 




F.H.A. members work diligently on a project for children at Wrentham State Hospital. 



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J.M.S.V.C. 





Tutoring is one of J.M.S.V.C. 'a most valuable functions. 
Robinson, Joyce Sturges 



Leonard 




The goal of the Junior Moral and 
Spiritual Values Committee is to instill 
in its members kindness, cooperation, 
responsibility, and a high moral code. 
With over one hundred members, the 
Committee is able to offer service in 
three major areas, through the blind, 
hospital, and tutoring programs. 

The blind committee, under Chair- 
man Claire Craig, organizes hikes, pic- 
nics, square dances, and other activities 
lending companionship and pleasure 
to both committee members and their 
blind guests. Blind students from Per- 
kins School as well as from the sur- 
rounding area are invited to participate 
in the program. 

Work with the handicapped, or- 
ganized by Elaine Bentley, develops an 
understanding of mental retardation 
and cerebral palsy. The members help 
to feed and entertain the patients at the 
Paul Dever State School. The hospital 
projects committee prepares toys, cook- 
ies, tray favors, and decorations which 
are sent to the patients during the holi- 
days. 

The tutoring committee offers aid 
to students within the school who have 
fallen behind in their studies. Many 
non-members also participate in this 
program. 

This year J.M.S.V.C. sponsored a 
"Good Neighbors in Action Week", in 
which the other school organizations 
took part. Appropriate slogans and 
mottos were posted around the building 
and a special assembly was held, in 
which several community leaders par- 
ticipated. 



Our foreign students beam with the spirit of Good Neighbor 
Week. Cecil MacDonald, Maria Walker, Helen Dewhurst, 
Charles Lees 



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"In Giving We Grow", the motto of the Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee, shows their mature understanding of the 
humanitarian way of life. 




An afternoon tutoring session. Bonnie Will, Gail Sandberg. 




Blind students demonstrate the reading of Braille 
to committee members. 



The 1965-6 chairman, Chester Ford, speaks before the Good 
Neighbor Assembly. 





A.V. CLUB 



Under the supervision of Director 
John Rudolph and President Ralph 
Stevens, the A.V. Club maintains a per- 
manent staff to service and operate the 
various projectors, tape recorders, and 
other equipment used as learning aids, 
both at Weymouth High, and through- 
out our school system. The club also 
offers its services to civic groups using 
the auditorium for their functions, to 
show movies and operate the sound 
and lighting systems. 

Through the efforts of the Wey- 
mouth Audio-Visual Club, many stu- 
dents are learning skills useful in run- 
ning the complicated equipment which 
will someday be a major part of our 
social, economic, and educational sys- 
tems. 



Mr. Rudolph explains the proper procedure of operating 
a projector to Bruce Belcher. 




William Sargent and Janet Scribner 
learn the care of valuable equipment 
at WHS-TV. 



The Audio Visual members learn proper care and use of their equipment. Bruce Belcher, 
Robert Gohl 



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Lab Assistants explore new dimensions 
in science. John Edmonds, Chrisopher 
Robbins 



WHS-TV 



LAB 

ASSISTANTS' 
CLUB 



The Lab Assistants Club, in its 
first year at Weymouth High, enables 
students to pursue their scientific interests 
beyond the classroom. Members broad- 
en their scientific knowledge while as- 
sisting the science teachers in the labora- 



tory, setting up and assisting in experi- 
ments. This year the club will partici- 
pate in the Regional Science Fair, con- 
duct an assembly program, and 
sponsor a number of field trips. 




Under the guidance of Mr. Ghiorse, the lab assistants learn the use of new scienti- 
fic apparatus. 



Last year Weymouth High's closed- 
circuit TV system came into use by the 
staff as a news medium. WHS-TV has 
continued to present a weekly news 
show, co-sponsored by the Social Stud- 
ies Department and I.M.C., and has 
helped to enliven interest in a number 
of school activities with "sneak pre- 
views" of dramatic productions, includ- 
ing the One Act Play Festival and the 
Student Council Talent Show. 




The WHS-TV members prepare for the weekly Friday afternoon program, 
which they present to the students at the school. 



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CHESS 
CLUB 



Under the direction of Mr. Lofgren 
and President Steve Rusconi, the Chess 
Club develops the skills of its members 
and encourages the unskilled to learn 
the game. Weekly matches with other 
schools help members to achieve the 
powers of concentration and ability in 
strategy so necessary to the game, as 
well as a sense of good sportsmanship. 
The club enjoys membership in the In- 
terscholastic Chess League. 



Players carefully calculate each move. (L to R.) Donald Davis, Steve Rusconi, Richard 
Robinson, Joseph Benedetti 



OUTDOOR 
CLUB 



Year-round camping is only one of 
the many adventurous experiences 
sampled by the members of the Outdoor 
Club. This year they have spent time 
camping on Mount Monadnock in New 
Hampshire. Guided by Mr. Mekeel, 
the club also sponsors trips to many 
local sports events and outdoor exhib- 
its. The exhilarating activities of the 
club allow its members to gain maxi- 
mum benefit from their love of nature. 




Members enthusiastically make plans for their next camping expedition, under the direction 
of Mr. Mekeel. 



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REFLECTOR STAFF 



On Wednesday afternoons Room 
214 becomes the headquarters of the 
school literary magazine, the Reflector. 
On these occasions the editors and the 
staff busily select poems and themes 
written by the students of Weymouth 
High and work on new ideas to interest 
the subscribers. With the experienced 
help of Miss Andem, the staff has con- 
ducted several surveys which relate to 
the feelings and ideas of the teenage 
mind. This year's issues have also 
been concerned with the vital world 
problems and the problems of the teen- 
ager himself. Such topics as the "Teen 
Scene" and Vietnam have been covered. 
A dictionary of teenage vocabulary was 
also published to aid those baffled bv 
the new language. 

The Reflector not only has an im- 
aginative literary staff but it also has a 
verv talented art staff. Under the super- 
vision of Mr. Chop, the staff has done 
a magnificent job in illustrating the 
magazine. 

Thus with the combined efforts of 
the Reflector staffs and the student body, 
this year's magazine promises not only 
to win the Columbia Scholastic Press 
Award, as it has each year, but also to 
be the best ever rolled off the presses of 
Weymouth High. 




Karen Cook. Man- Lou Peshek. and Pauline Izdebski examine past issues of 
the Reflector. 




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Our talented members of the Reflector Art Staff create many original illustrations for the magazine, with the advice of Mr. Chop. 




Miss Andem discusses literary pursuits of the Reflector with Paula Ryder and Kevin 
Matthews. 



171 



DEBATE CLUB 




Sean Mulready captivates his listeners with his perfected de- 
bating skills. 




One of the least publicized activities 
at Weymouth High School is also one 
of the most important. Consisting of 
two divisions, varsity and novice, the 
Debate Team regularly debates inter- 
scholastically on the national high 
school topic. This year's topic has 
been - Resolved: That the Foreign Aid 
Program of the U.S. should be limited 
to non-military assistance. 

In debate the emphasis is not on 
winning but on the development of logic. 
The logic that is involved in the re- 
search, organization, and presentation 
of a plan gives experience to the de- 
baters that will prove invaluable in fu- 
ture academic pursuits. 

Members of the Weymouth High 
Debate Team have also had the oppor- 
tunity to view college life in advance 
by participating in competitions held at 
several college campuses, including 
Dartmouth College and Columbia Uni- 
versity. 



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Spontaneous thinking and clarity of expression are valu- 
able qualities to a debater. 

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Members devote much time and effort in careful preparation of a 
debate. David Sheehan, Nancy Sciarappa, Kathy O'Brien, Sean 
Mulreadv 



F.T.A. 



Under the guidance of Miss Pear- 
son, Advisor; Diane Shields, President; 
Maribeth Mahler, Vice President; Nora 
Tringale, Secretary; Deborah Hart- 
shorn, Treasurer; and Patricia Neeley, 
Program Chairman, the Future Teach- 
ers of America Club meets monthly for 
the purpose of helping its members to 
learn as much as possible about their 
future careers. At each meeting a guest 
speaker talks about his own teaching 
experiences, mentioning the advantages 
and disadvantages of their grade level. 
Twice a year the members are given 
the opportunity to observe an actual 
classroom of their grade level choice. 
The club also attends conventions and 
sponsors educational trips. These ex- 
periences give a club member a better 
understanding of the teaching profes- 
sion and help him to decide which grade 
he would find most rewarding to teach. 

Miss Pearson offers advice as the officers plan their meet- 
ing: Maribeth Mahler, Miss Pearson, Diane Shields, 
Deborah Hartshorn, Xora Tringale. 




Future Teachers' members listen attentively as a guest speaker talks on the challenges and rewards of a career in teaching. 




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GLEE CLUB 

The Glee Club and Chorus, under 
their new director Mr. Richard Burns, 
brings the satisfaction of expression 
through song to students at Weymouth 
High School. The Glee Club offers girls 
a chance to sing and read music. The 
Mixed Chorus, with boy and girl vocal- 
ists, is very active in school and com- 
munity functions. Besides performing 
at school assemblies, the chorus pre- 
sents choir programs at local churches 
and participates in the exchange concert 
and the spring concert. The Mixed 
Chorus also gives selected members an 
opportunity to display their talent in 
various musical festivals such as Dis- 
trict, All-State, and New England. A 
group has been formed at the Annex 
which offers similar opportunities to its 
members in order to familiarize them 
with the Chorus activities. By practicing 
and developing their musical skills the 
members of the Glee Club and Chorus 
enrich the lives of many. 

CHORUS 




The Glee Club holds noon-time rehearsals under the direction of 
Mr. Burns. 



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Weymouth High School Glee Club, combining the finest in feminine voices. 



The mixed chorus offers boys and girls the opportunity to sing before the 
general public in a number of concerts. 



Mr. Burns challenges the chorus to the best in vocal 
achievement. 



BAND 




The Weymouth High School Hand provides music at football games and plays a number of concerts. 



MAJORETTES 




The Majorettes add a measure of zest and beautv to the marching band. 



The many musical organizations 
at Weymouth High represent the stu- 
dents' youthful appreciation of music. 
Daily practice and devotion to their 
instruments produces the talented mu- 
sicians who delight the audiences at all 
our musical functions. 

This year's Band, one of the largest 
ever, is directed by Mr. Warren. Their 
Fall schedule included football games, 
rallies, and the Veteran's Day Parade, 
emphasizing marching and half-time 
music. The Band turns to concert mu- 
sic for the remainder of the year in 
preparation for the annual Exchange 
Concert, Spring Concert and Gradua- 
tion exercises. In addition this year, a 
wind ensemble selected from the band 
members entertained at the South Wey- 
mouth Naval Air Station. 

Mr. Burke directs the orchestra, a 
smaller group of musicians which in- 
cludes string instruments. The orchestra 
prepares classical and popular pieces 
for the Spring Concert, while gaining 
valuable musical experience. 



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ORCHESTRA 




Only through hours of diligent practice can a violinist 
master his instrument. 




The Weymouth High School Orchestra pro%*ides music for numerous school functions. 



177 



SOPHOMORE ACTIVITIES 



The High School Annex offers an 
ever-increasing variety of activities to 
Weymouth's sophomores. Clubs repre- 
sent numerous fields of interest for fu- 
ture journalists, linguists, and actors. 

The Drama Club is one of the most 
active organizations planning a Spring 
Play and Talent Show. Sophomores 
are afforded an excellent opportunity of 
utilizing their dramatic and musical 
talents. The Sophomore Chorus car- 
ries out this idea in refining students' 
musical abilities, preparing them for 
participation in the High School Chorus. 

The Language Department is well 
represented in sponsoring both French 
and Spanish clubs at the Annex. Mem- 
bers benefit from an extremely varied 
and interesting list of activities. Mem- 




The Officers of the sophomore Student Council assemble before the 
representatives. 




The literary talents of our sophomores are utilized in 
producing the Spectrum. 



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bers this year celebrated the French 




Mardi Gras in making crepe suzettes 
and on a more intellectual level attended 
lectures on French impressionistic art. 

Students with an interest injournal- 
ism, pool their talents and ideas in pro- 
ducing the Spectrum. Annex projects 
as well as outside activities are covered 
by the Spectrum. 

This wide and varied program of 
activities provide Annex students with 
an excellent opportunity of broadening 
the scope of their interests and prepar- 
ing them for the future roles as Wey- 
mouth High's leaders. 



Students find the Foreign Language Club an excellent opportunity to improve their 
conversational skills. Mr. Dickinson and Mrs. Johnson, advisors. 




The large squad of cafeteria monitors manages to keep hundreds of hungry students order- 
ly every day at noon. 

Members of Talent Show cast put the show on the road with the help of their advisor, Mr. Shea. 





Sophomore Library Assistants work with efficiency and accuracy. 

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Members of one of the visiting schools who took part in the Drama Festival at Weymouth High discuss their performance. 



THEATER ARTS 



Green Room, half-hours, and places 
everyone, are common theatrical 
phrases known to the members of the 
Theatre Arts Club. In its second year, 
the club took an active part in the fall 
musical, Brigadoon, and Three at Eight 
was its showcase of one-act plays. 

The most ambitious undertaking of 
the group was its part in the thirty-sixth 
Massachusetts Regional Drama Festi- 
val, held at Weymouth High School. 
Weymouth was one of the eight schools 
in the state to act as host for regional 
preliminary festivals. Under the direc- 
tion of Mr. McCarthy and Miss Kovac, 
the members planned the festival at 
Weymouth, acted as guides and ushers, 
and were hosts and hostesses to the nine 
high schools attending the event. Many 
members worked backstage, directed the 
lighting, and assisted with the nine pro- 
ductions. 




Louise Van Buskirk and Phyllis Yilleneuve make plans for the 
Drama Festival. 



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Steve Jennings, Linda Farrin and Harry Sprague were prominent 
residents of Brigadoon. 




BRIGADOON 



The talented members of the cast made Brigadoon a 
success. John Olson, Jane Ferguson. 1'hvllis Yilleneuve. 
and Ken Simon. 



The students of Weymouth High 
School proved their musical and acting 
ability once again in the production of 
Brigadoon. From the colorful costumes, 
Scottish burr, and sword dance, the 
stage was transposed to the magical 
town of Brigadoon, only able to return 
to reality every one hundred years. 
Through the hard work, talent, and 
cooperation of everyone, Brigadoon 
proved to be another of Weymouth 
High School's great musical produc- 
tions. 




Gail Harrington, Harry Sprague. Mark Kevitt, and Frank Sheridan in the 
magical town of Brigadoon. 



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F.N.A. 

The Future Nurses' Club enables 
its members to become more acquainted 
with their chosen profession and the 
opportunities it offers. Under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Hoyle, Advisor; Mary 
Noonan, President; Pat Sullivan, Vice- 
President; and Gail Hodgdon, Sec't.- 
Treas., the club conducts monthly meet- 
ings, which are often highlighted by 
guest speakers. The members also plan 
trips to local hospitals and nursing 
schools. 

Many of the girls do volunteer 
work at local hospitals and nursing 
homes in order to experience some of the 
challenges of nursing. By participation 
in the Future Nurses' Club, the girls 
become more aware of the nursing pro- 
fession and the rewards it offers them 
by helping others. 



next meeting wun .urs. 






With skill and ease Bill Brooks mas- 
ters the slope. 



Chet Gillis displays the form which 
novice members trv to attain. 




SKI CLUB 



This year Mr. Bruce Burgess and 
Mr. Gandley were advisors for the Ski 
Club. The officers were: President, 
Chet Gillis; Vice-President, Bill Brooks; 
Secretaries, Marilyn Chase and Joanne 
Chmielinski; Treasurer, Nora Tringale. 
With the knowledge of the advisors and 
officers, some Ski Club members were 
able to learn a new sport. 

At the regular meetings of the Ski 
Club, the members planned day trips 
to Sunapee and a weekend trip at Mt. 
Stowe. They also had guest speakers 
who informed the members how to be- 
come better skiers. Films on skiing were 
also shown. On the slopes, members 
were given an opportunity to test their 
skills and instruct the inexperienced 
members of the club. 




The Ski Club meets regularly to plan future trips. 



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Mrs. White discusses the afternoon program with Sue Coveney while Kathy 
Barrett receives comments from other Club members. 




F.B.L.A. 



The Future Business Leaders of 
America enables its members to become 
better acquainted with the business 
world. Under the direction of Mrs. 
White and President, Sue Coveny; Vice- 
Presidents, Carol Duarte and Gail 
Smith; Secretary, Karen Fafara; Treas- 
urer, Terry Gagliola; and Recorder, 
Kathy Barrett, the club conducts regu- 
lar meetings. The meetings are often 
highlighted by a guest speaker from a 
business firm or school. Speaking 
about her work, the guest helps the club 
members to decide what type of work 
they would like to do best. The mem- 
bers acquire knowledge concerning the 
advantages and disadvantages offuture 
positions. Hence, when they graduate 
they will be prepared to enter the busi- 
ness world. 

This year the club had several 
guest speakers at their meetings. They 
also went on a field trip. Socials were 
held at Christmas and in June. During 
the year club members sold class pins 
in order to purchase a typewriter which 
is presented to an outstanding business 
student at the end of the year. 



The entire F.B.L.A. membership plans the year's activities. 




F.B.L.A. meetings are often filled with good humor as well as accomplishment. 



186 



DECA 



The Distributive Education Club 
of America provides its members with 
a chance to become acquainted with the 
many factors which control the market- 
ing and merchandising fields. 

D.E.C.A. is a national organiza- 
tion which sponsors instruction in high 
schools and conferences on the state and 
national levels. At conferences members 
discuss various methods of earning 
money and take part in competitions. 

These opportunities provide them 
with excellent experience and knowledge 
with which to enter the business world 
confident of success. 




The Distributive Education students learn practical applications of their education by 
working at part-time jobs each day. 




DRIVER 
EDUCATION 




Under the able guidance of its three 
teachers, Mr. Whitmore, Mr. O'Bryne 
and Mr. Mahn at the Vocational School, 
Driver Education Classes have helped 
mold the best drivers. Classtime and 
roadtime is used to further each stu- 
dent's skill. After hours of instructions 
and patience, the date is set for their 
license. By this time these classes have 
taught each of its pupils the importance 
of careful driving. 



Weymouth High School 



DRIVER EDUCATION 

THORP MOTOR CO. Mr- Whitmore instructs J anis Burns just before she 

takes her driver's test. 



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RIDING 
CLUB 



This year Weymouth High School's 
Riding Club had an even greater mem- 
bership under their new advisor, Mrs. 
Clayton. Led by President Charles 
Sellers, members plan weekly riding ex- 
cursions to the Blue Hills. While enjoy- 
ing themselves in the outdoors, they 
also learn the principles of good horse- 
manship and the proper care of horses. 

Besides regular riding excursions 
the club plans a day-long ride each 
spring and a hayride each fall. Many 
other social events are planned during 
the year. Through membership in the 
Riding Club, members acquire fine rid- 
ing skills and a fondness for horses. 



Charles Sellers and Cail Comer plan the agenda for an upcoming 
meeting. 






Riding Club members learn good horsemanship and proper care 
for horses. 




The Riding Club members discuss plans for their all-day riding 
trip. 



188 



CONSERVATION 
CLUB 



The Conservation Club, composed 
of juniors and seniors interested in con- 
servation and natural science, was or- 
ganized by Miss Toomey in conjunction 
with the Weymouth Conservation and 
Park Departments. 

Members instruct children in some 
area of natural science. Such diverse 
topics as plants, geology, oceanog- 
raphy, astronomy, marine life, and 
trees have been presented to the child- 
ren, who truly enjoy the program. 

The benefits of this excellent pro- 
gram are incalculable. Both the mem- 
bers of the committee and the children 
are developing an appreciation for all 
forms of life and every area of nature. 




Conservation Club members discuss plans for their future visits to Johnson 
Elementary School. 




Oceanography is one of the many subjects that club members dis- 
cuss with their second grade pupils. Bill Longridge, Ken Hansne, 
Sue Brenner, Tom Ward, and Leonard Robinson. 

Judy Robinson and Rod Gillis discuss the club activities with Miss 
Toomey. 




CAMPUS 




Campus Editors: Ronald Jamieson, Diane Bostwick, Sue Snow, Valerie 
Beggs, Tracey Parker. 




Campus Sports Staff: Bill Mahoney, Kathy McCann, Steve Lowe. 



As our yearbook, the Campus 
endeavors to represent the true spirit 
and personality of the three classes at 
Weymouth High School. The Campus 
and the many memories of our last 
year in these halls will become more 
meaningful to each of us as the years 
pass. The excitement, the disappoint- 
ments, successes and all the experiences 
will remain rich and alive within the 
pages of this book. We of the Campus 
staff have dedicated ourselves to mak- 
ing the 1967 Campus a success in all 
these respects. Only through the great 
effort of so many hard-working staff 
members and countless others could we 
produce such a fine yearbook. 

Members of the Campus staff have 
given unselfishly of themselves and in 
doing so have realized many valuable 
rewards. They have learned the value 
of teamwork and have found that prob- 
lems and challenges can be easily over- 
come through cooperation with others 
and careful planning. Each Campus 
member enjoys the great satisfaction of 
having completed what seemed such an 
overwhelming task and in knowing that 
the product of his efforts will remain 
through the years as a memento of the 
class of 1967. 




Ronald Parkinson and Michael Oyer contributed many 
hours in the darkroom toward the production of the 
Campus. 



190 



The Campus Faculty Staff composes the write-ups for the teachers. Editor Cathy 
Davis, Mary Xoonan, Mr. Clayton, Pat Xeeley, Margaret Harrington. 




Members of the Art Staff, Donna Tilden and Barbara La Rocco, 
work on layout boards for the Campus. 



Cooperation is the key to success. Kathy Spargo. Valerie 
Beggs. 



Campus Feature Staff: Lauren Ells, Diane Shields, Gail Sandberg, 
Sandra MacKenzie, Cheryl Morin. 




Campus Secretaries: Janis Burns, Mary Beaudoin, Eileen Mitchell. 




191 




Campus Art Staff: Marsha Taylor, Sue Yetman.Jan Young, Mr. Chop, Bar- 
bara LaRocco, Joanne Faiella, Donna Tilden. 





Barbara LaRocco and Joanne Faiella explain the tech- 
nique of planning a layout to a junior student. 



The Campus staff works diligently to produce a successful yearbook. 



The hardworking Campus editors devoted many 
hours of their time to prepare the Campus for 
publication. Valerie Beggs, Diane Bostwick. 




Mr. Clayton discusses the approaching deadline with 
Photography Editor Ronny Jamieson and Editor Valerie 
Beggs. 

Mrs. Clayton and Sharon Hoitt review the progress of Campus sales. 




The Sales Staff keeps an accurate record of their business transactions. Joy Cartolano. Paula Geever, Claire Donahoe. 



193 




CREAM OF 
THE CROP 



Valerie Beggs — Editor-in-Chief of the 
Campus and an honor roll student; 
a state finalist in Hetty Crocker Search 
for Ilomemaker of Tomorrow and 
Nat. finalist in Singer World Style- 
maker Contest. 



From L. to R.: 

William Crooks — an outstanding 
member of his vocational class; Class 
Secretary-Treasurer, Student Govern- 
ment Committee. 



Pauline Izdebski — talented in all as- 
pects of music; Southeastern District 
Band, all New England Band, Cho- 
rus, Brigadoon. 



Peter Piatt — President of Student Coun- 
cil and outstanding athlete; co-captain 
of the basketball team. 



Karen Berg — a fine and talented 
artist, Karen was awarded two Blue 
Ribbons and two Gold Keys in the 
Scholastic Art Awards Contest; Art 
Editor of the Reflector; Scholarship 
Nominee Portfolio. 




194 




John McClellan — Senior Class Presi- 
dent; a fine student who excels in 
sports as well; member of the basket- 
ball and track teams. 



Carol Gale — An industrious and out- 
standing business student; a member 
of F.B.L.A., Carol tutors and is an 
honor student. 



John Pica — an all-around athlete, 
John excels in football; co-captain of 
the football team. 



Susan Coveney — Senior Class Treas- 
urer; President of F.B.L.A.; Student 
Council; recipient of the D.A.R. Citi- • 
zenship Award. 



Elaine Bendey — Corresponding Sec- 
retary of Student Council; an indus- 
trious member of J.M.S.V.C. Elaine 
is co-chairman of the Hospital Com- 
mittee; honor roll student. 



Kevin Matthews — a fine student and 
industrious Editor-in-Chief of the Re- 
flector; also an active member of the 
Orchestra and Theatre Arts Cluh 





ONE ACT PLAYS 



Three at Eight was presented this 
February 4 by The Theatre Arts Club 
of Weymouth High School. The three 
plays were staged by the junior and 
senior classes. Helena 's Husband was 
presented by the junior class and super- 
vised by Miss Flynn. The seniors and 
juniors pooled their talents in the pro- 
duction of Rontche Schweig, under the 
direction of Mr. McCarthy. The third 
play, Tea for Three by Miss Kovac 
was Weymouth High's fine entry to the 
Massachusetts Regional Drama Festi- 
val. This year Weymouth High School 
had the honor of being host to this 
event and the eight schools which took 
part in the Festival. 



Cast members utilized their few moments of relaxation during the 
chaos of opening night. 




Words of encouragement before show-time. Nancy Greene, Frank Sheridan, Miss Kovac, Paula Ryder, Paul Boley. 



196 




LANGUAGE 

LABORATORY 

ASSISTANTS 



This year something new has been 
added to the Language Department, to 
keep up with the recent modernization 
of the Language Lab. Under the direc- 
tion of the Language teachers, the club 
members not only run the machinery 
but also repair the tapes and see that 
all is in working order. Through the 
efforts of this club, a load has been 
lifted from the teachers' shoulders, al- 
lowing them to spend more time with 
their students. 



Mrs. Gray explains the procedure for operating the lab controls to Becky 
Smith and Nancy Smith. 



LIBRARY 
ASSISTANTS 



Student library assistants volunteer 
their time to work in the library both 
before and after school, and during 
study period. They not only lighten the 
duties of the librarians, but they also 
aid students who are unfamiliar with 
the library. As members of the club, 
they learn to charge, card, and shelf 
books; and file catalogue cards. They 
develop a love for books and gain 
valuable experience which often leads 
to a profession in library work. 



Cheerful library assistants lighten the duties of the librarian. 




INDEX 



Acknowledgments 


199 


Gym Teams 


50-51 


Administration 


10-11 


Hockey 


48-49 


Athletic Banquet 


63 


J.M.S.V.C. 


164-165 


Audio-Visual 


166 


Key Club 


159 


Band 


176 


Lab Assistants Club 


167 


Baseball 


56-57 


Language Lab Assistants 


197 


Campus 


190-193 


Library Assistants 


197 


Cheerleaders 


39 


Majorettes 


176 


Chess Club 


168 


Math Club 


162 


Chorus 


175 


Memorial 


157 


Class Officers 


69 


One Act Plays 


146 


Conservation Club 


189 


Orchestra 


177 


Cream of the Crop 


194-195 


Outdoor Club 


168 


Cross Country 


52 


Pep Club 


38 


Debate Club 


172 


Reflector 


170-171 


Dedication 


8 


Riding Club 


188 


Distributive Education 


187 


Ski Club 


185 


Driver's Education 


187 


Sophomore Activities 


178-181 


Faculty 


12-31 


Spring Track 


54-55 


Football 


40-43 


Staff 


32-35 


Future Business Leaders of America 


186 


Student Council 


160-161 


Future Homemakers 


163 


Tennis 


58-59 


Future Nurses of America 


173 


Theatre Arts Club 


182-183 


Future Teachers 


173 


Weightlifting 


62 


Glee Club 


175 


W.H.S.-T.V. 


166 


Graduates 


70-156 


Winter Track 


53 


Gym Classes 


60-61 


Wrestling 


47 



198 





The Senior Superlatives are members 
of the senior class, nominated and elect- 
ed by their fellow classmates because 
they display the most outstanding char- 
acter traits of the class. From the comi- 
cal and friendliest to the intellectuals, 
we congratulate this year's winners. 



Friendliest : Joanne Lynch, Bob Richardson 



Most Dignified 



Thomas Ward, Terry Lawlor 



Most Dramatic : Sean Mulready, Jane Ferguson 



Most Athletic : Ray White 




Class Wit : Pauline D 'Allessandro, Donald Noyes 




Most Likely to Succeed : John Olson, Valerie Beggs 




Best Physique and Best Figure : Steve Pizzi, Cheryl Foster 




Best All-Round : John McClellan, Diane Shields 




Most Attractive : Joanne Chmielinski. Kenny Blasser 




Constant rehearsals paid off for Carl Stone, Wally Swett, Elaine Bentley, and Francis Bourdon. 

SENIOR 
PLAY 

The Senior Class Play of 1967 was 
the hilarious comedy You Can 't Take It 
With You. Under the direction of Mr. 
Dwyer and Nancy Greene, the cast and 
crew created an enjoyable evening. The 
play focused on the live-for-today phi- 
losophy of Martin Vanderhof, played 
by Paul Bowley, and how it affects his 
eccentric family and friends. The main 
characters were Karen Berg as Penny, 
Elaine Bentley as Alice, and John Olson 
as Boris. 




Phyllis Yilleneuve and Carl Stone work on production plans. 



Through Mr. Dwyer's direction the Senior Play was a success. 



EXCHANGE 
CONCERT 



For the past few years Weymouth 
High School has participated in a series 
of exchange concerts. On Saturday, 
March 11, the band and chorus from 
Dumont, New Jersey, presented jointly 
with our music department the first of 
two concerts; the second of which was 
held April 8 at Dumont. This proved 
to be a very rewarding experience for 
everyone, and it is hoped that next 
year's concerts will be equally as re- 
warding. 




Weymouth and Dumont, New Jersey students put their heads and voices 
together. 




Practice makes perfect! 




The faces of the Weymouth chorus reflect their determination. 




The King and Queen reign over the Prom. 



SENIOR PROM 



Baron Hugo, The Four Musketeers, 
and The Techniques supplied a lively 
note to the social highlight of the senior 
year, the Senior Prom. Under the guid- 
ance of Mr. McCarthy and Miss Cur- 
ran, these seven joy-filled hours of danc- 
ing and fun were held at the Surf Ball- 
room at Xantasket Beach. 




Sue Coveney and John McCleUan lead the procession 
before the crowning. 




Leslie Perry and Russell Chase, Marilyn Chase, and Michael Gray 
danced to the music of Baron Hugo. 




The crowning of the Queen and her King, Charlene Furlong and Russell Huntington. 



SENIOR RECEPTION 



One of the most important dates on 
the senior calendar was June 8, the 
Senior Reception. On their last evening 
together as a class, the seniors danced 
to the music of the Mersey Men and 
had a wonderful time. The memory of 
this dance and the years at Weymouth 
High will remain with them for many 
years. 




Rich Kerrigan, Bill Shaw, and Ken Moore point out familiar faces at the 
Senior Reception. 



AWARDS 
ASSEMBLY 



The annual Awards Assembly took 
place in the high school auditorium on 
Thursday, June 8. All seniors, and 
any juniors receiving awards, attended. 
Mr. Martin made the presentations to 
those who achieved honors in sports, 
art, music, and science. Mr. Fisher 
assisted in the presentation of the sports 
awards. Other prizes were given, for 
the first time, for achievement in dra- 
matics and debating. 





Brian Fitzpatrick receives Achievement Award at the Awards 
Assembly. 




John Pica presents gift to Mr. Burgess. 



Jim Dunlay receives congratulations from Mr. Fisher. 
Mr. Fisher congratulates Ron Hunter for his outstanding participation in Spring Track. 



GRADUATION 



HONOR ROLL 



THREE YEAR HIGH HONORS 



Karen Jean Bergfors 
Karen Ann Cook 
Paul George Corey 
William John Crooks 
Patricia Ann Delorey 
Frances Margaret Dentino 
Linda Lee Farrin 
David Richard Hankard 
Deborah Hartshorn 
Gail Ann Hodgdon 



Robert Charles Johansen 
Sandra Ann MacKenzie 
Kevin Patrick Matthews 
John Francis McClellan 
Nancy Jane Nordman 
Daniel John Norman 
Jane Flizabeth Nugent 
John Karl Olson 
Joanne Marie Palmieri 
David Benson Park 



Tracey Willard Parker 
Leslie Christine Perry 
Mary Louise Peshek 
Diane Lucille Ramsay 
Judith Ellen Robinson 
Joan Roumeles 
Gail Ellen Sandberg 
Katherine Sheridan Spargo 
Phyllis Eileen Villeneuve 
James Francis Wooten 



THREE YEAR HONORS 



James Porter Ashe 
Elizabeth Jean Baker 
Valerie Anne Beggs 
Karen Louise Berg 
Francis Joseph Bourdon, Jr. 
Alfred John Cappelini, Jr. 
Donald Allen Davis 
Deborah Ann Delorey 
Patrick Jonathan Doine 
Annetta Irene Emery 
David Atwood Ford 
Douglas Edward Franklin 
Nancy Lorraine Fulton 
Teresa Marie Gagliolo 
Carole Marie Gale 
Paula Way Geever 
Roderick Cooper Gillis 
Judith Marie Goud 
Ronald Kevin Grogan 
Fay Marion Hamblin 
Mary Louise Hinds 
Philip Joseph Iacobacci 



Pauline Izdebski 
Barbara Marie Kelly 
Susan Martha Killory 
James Patrick Kilroy 
Richard Francis Lawler, Jr. 
Mark Richard Lewis 
Walter Austin Lofgren 
Steven Robert Lowe 
Brad Dennis Luscombe 
Bruce David Luscombe 
Maribeth Mahler 
Bryan James Marini 
Joanne Masciovecchio 
June Marie McDonald 
Lynne Marie McDonald 
Joan Christine McLeod 
James Vincent Mecone 
Alice Claire Melinis 
Charlene Nixon 
Ray Warren Nute 
Alan Dennis Perrault 
Gail Elizabeth Piller 



Alice Frances Richards 
Robert Douglas Richardson 
Steven Edward Robinson 
Stephen Kelton Rockwood 
Paula Marie Ryder 
Sandra Lee Scott 
Francis John Sheridan, Jr. 
Diane Frances Shields 
Richard Dana Simpkins 
Susan Karen Snow 
Edward William Stone 
Linda Sullivan 
Cathleen Ruth Sweeney 
Joyce Anne Tolken 
Leslie Ann Torney 
Mary Triandafilos 
Helen Louise VanBuskirk 
Thomas Stewart Ward 
Nancy Ellodia Williams 
James Arthur Woelfel 
Alyce Ann Worrell 
Susan Gail Yetman 



GRADUATION 





High honor essayist Karen Bergfors spoke on "China Now." 



Graduates exchanged congratulations, Emilie Antonetti, Joanne 
Chmielinski, Richard Kelly, Charles Brennan. 



Graduation day was a memorable one 
for all present. The honor essayists, 
the male quartet, the trombone solo, 
and the presentation of scholarship 
awards, demonstrated the various tal- 
ents of the class. As eight hundred 
tassels were shifted from right to left, 
the class of 1967 realized their high 
school days were over. For them it was 
the end of twelve successful years, and 
the beginning of many more. 




The seniors awaited their diplomas. 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



As the Campus staff of 1967, we 
wish to express our deepest gratitude 
to the numerous people whose generous 
support and assistance contributed to 
the fine success of our yearbook. So 
many have given their time and effort 
to this publication that regretably we 
cannot mention them all. But we do 
feel that there are several who should 
be recognized due to their specially 
valuable contributions. We wish to 
thank the Weymouth High School and 



Annex Administration, Faculty, and 
Staff whose assistance and cooperation 
have been invaluable; our photograph- 
ers, Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs, without 
whose countless hours and patience we 
could not have succeeded; Mr. Stephen 
Chop who provided us with his quali- 
fied advice and ready ideas as art di- 
rector; and especially Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard Clayton whose sincere dedica- 
tion, constant support and patience were 
the key to our success. 



1967 CAMPUS STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief: 



Valerie Beggs 



Assistant Editors: 



Diane Bostwick, Tracey Parker 



Feature Staff: 



Tracey Parker, Laureen Ells, Annetta Emery, Maribeth .Mahler 
Judith Robinson, Gail Sandberg 



Senior Staff: 

Susan Snow, Editor 



Faculty Staff: 

Cathy Davis, Editor 



Sports Staff: 

Photography Staff: 

Ronald Jamieson, Editor 

Business Managers: 

Sales Staff: 

Copy Staff: 



Art Staff: 

Barbara Larocco, Editor 



Margaret Harrington, Wendy Laine, Patricia Xeeley, Pamela 
Saint, Kathy Spargo, Jeanne Spring, Judy Taubert, Jaqueline 
Ferrante 



Leslie Hunter, Barbara Lyons, Karen Maguire, Karen McDon- 
ough, Lorraine Morgan, Mary Xoonan 

Cathy McCann, Steve Murphy, Steven Lowe, William Mahoney, 



Michael Oyer, Ronald Parkinson 

Paula Geever, Phyllis Yilleneuve 

Susan Coveney, Diane Ramsay, June Sullivan 

Elizabeth Conners, Frances Dentino, Laureen Ells, Fay Ham- 
blin, Janet Henson 



Joanne Faiella, Marsha Taylor, Donna Tilden, Susan Yetman, 
Jan Young 



Secretaries: 

Janis Burns, Head 
Mary Beaudoin, Head 



Nancy Birro, Valerie Michalski, Eileen Mitchell. Kathleen Reid. 
Karen Ritchie, Joan Zaks 



As we bring to a close one more 
stage in our lives, we stand on the brink 
of yet another. New opportunities, new 
chances for advancement are ours. 
Through the past three years we have 
been in constant preparation for this 
moment when we should leave the se- 
curity of high school and venture into 
the world as an adult. Our teachers 
have been preparing us, testing our 
readiness to face new and demanding 
challenges. Through these years we 
have built a strong basis of knowledge. 
We are now faced with building upon 
this foundation by developing our in- 
tellect, broadening our scope of interests 
and maintaining an inquisitive and un- 
predjudiced nature. Let us save through 



memory the many experiences of high 
school, the happinesses and the disap- 
pointments, and let them serve as a 
guide through our future endeavors. 
Let us not forget the warmth of com- 
panionship we have found, but push 
ahead, making new and meaningful 
friendships. We must utilize to the full- 
est these qualities which have been in- 
stilled in us; patience, cooperation, lead- 
ership, responsibility, open-mindedness. 
Through using the many lessons we 
have learned through our education as 
an example and striving to achieve our 
best in all situations, we will become the 
capable and dedicated leaders of to- 



morrow.